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Minute Media Closes On $15M Investment Round, Latest Sign Of Company's Growth

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 02 / 15 / 17

Minute Media, parent company of digital sports outlets 90min and 12up, has closed on a $15M investment round, led by Israeli late-stage venture fund Qumra Capital. The new round, the company’s fourth to date, brings the total investment in Minute Media to $60M. The company has been in a period...

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