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Business.com, BarterNet roll in dough

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Santa Monica, Calif.--A pair of b-to-b portals raked in more than $82 million in venture funding Monday, as Business.com disclosed a $61 million boost to its corporate coffers and BarterNet Corp. added $21 Million. Investors in Business.com included The Financial Times Group and Cahners Business Information. Other investors included Primedia Inc.'s IndustryClick and The McGraw-Hill Cos. Jake Winebaum, CEO of Business.com, Santa Monica, Calif., said the money will be used to build the Business.com brand and add additional content. BarterNet Corp. raised $21.4 million in funding from Trident Capital, Alignment Capital, Wand Partners and Parthenon Capital to expand its business trading exchange operations.
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