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San Antonio Biotech Startup Intrinsic Imaging Acquired for $80M
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San Antonio Biotech Startup Intrinsic Imaging Acquired for $80M

If you look at startup exits, you don't usually see biotechnology startups represented since they typically generate their biggest profits long after an IPO or acquisition. One San Antonio biotech acquisition has broken that mold, with an amount that netted its limited partners an exceptional return, even by angel investing standards.Intrinsic Imaging, a biotech startup that provides imaging support mainly to clinical trial vendors, has been acquired by WCG Clinical, Inc. for $80 million. According to the S-1 form filed with the SEC on July 1, WCG Clinical purchased Intrinsic Imaging's artificial intelligence (AI) radiology imaging support services to add the innovative capability to their "proprietary suite of technology-enabled solutions."WCG Clinical is a clinical research trial...
Scaleworks Startup Mailgun Announces Exit with Private Equity Firm Thoma Bravo
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Scaleworks Startup Mailgun Announces Exit with Private Equity Firm Thoma Bravo

Mailgun Technologies, Inc., a provider of email infrastructure software, announced Monday it sold a majority stake in the company to private equity firm Thoma Bravo, a leading software-focused private equity investment firm. The transaction closed on March 26, as reported by Thoma Bravo financial advisor William Blair.Mailgun is a leading email automation platform provider for software developers and was one of eight startups in Scaleworks' portfolio. The San Antonio firm is a  hybrid venture capital and private equity fund that uses its capital to help grow the business-to-business technology startups it acquires. It was co-founded by former Rackspace executive Lew Moorman and investor Ed Byrne.The companies did not share terms, but this is the second owner for Mailgun. The compan...