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Cloudy storage and collaboration service provider Huddle has trousered millions more cash from vulture venture capitalists to spend on biz development on both sides of the Atlantic. The UK-based outfit, started by CEO Alastair Mitchell in 2007, last night took home a $51m Series D round of funding, valuing the business at …

  1. Credas Silver badge

    We've seen how this plays out

    Small British startup, VC funded, starts to get some traction, ... <SNAP!!!> US Megacorp decides it's cheaper to buy the customer base and take out a competitor, founders make a packet, VCs trouser a quick but massive profit as planned, UK business base back to square one.

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