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TubeMogul

TubeMogul is the leading advertising software company for digital branding. With a single, integrated video ad solution, we put Brands & Agencies in control.

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Acquired by
10 Nov 2016
Adobe
$540,000,000
7
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Secondary market
$82,900,000
Venture capital (Series C)
$10,000,000
Locations
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Business Insider

A 'social media company' and 'foreign telecom company' were interested in buying TubeMogul before Adobe swooped in with its $540 million offer

$540,000,000
TechCrunch , ZDNet , VentureBeat , +4

Adobe acquires video ad company TubeMogul for $540M

The Motley Fool

Platform Direct Growth Drives TubeMogul Inc. Sales 39% Higher

The Motley Fool

TubeMogul Inc. Earnings: What to Watch

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TubeMogul explains how it solves advertising fragmentation on #TheDisruptors

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The Motley Fool

Can TubeMogul Solve Digital Advertising’s Biggest Problem?

WSJD

TubeMogul Calls Google Anti-Competitive in New Ad Campaign

Advertising
Business Insider

Ad tech company TubeMogul is launching an ad campaign that alleges Google has 'conflicts of interest' and 'walled gardens'

The Motley Fool

TubeMogul Inc. Revenue Surges on Strong Advertising Spending Growth

Stock markets
The Motley Fool

TubeMogul Inc Enjoys Major Growth as Advertisers Tune In --

The Motley Fool

Why TubeMogul Inc's Shares Popped Today --

Stock markets Education
The Motley Fool

3 Areas to Watch When TubeMogul Reports Next Week --

$82,900,000 Secondary market
Business Insider

TubeMogul CEO on $83 million raise: The ad tech market may be hurting, but we're not

TechCrunch

TubeMogul Spikes 12% After Beating On Q1 Revenue, Forecasting Big Q2

Earnings
TechCrunch

TubeMogul Soars 14% After Reporting Strong Q3 Revenue Of $27.4M, Smaller-Than-Expected Loss

AlleyWatch

6 Things Investors Should Look for in a Pre-IPO Ad Tech Company: Buying the Steak and Not the Sizzle