[Updated 7/25/17, 9:21 am. See below.] Here are some of the recent deals in New England’s tech sector: —Vets First Choice, a Portland, ME-based maker of software for veterinary clinics, announced it raised $223 million from a group of investment firms, including Clayton, Dubilier & Rice and Hillhouse Capital Group. —Boston advertising technology startup nToggle […]
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