NEW YORK — E-commerce platform AHALife revealed today that it has raised $10.1 million in Series B funding, bringing the one-and-a-half-year-old Web site’s total funding to $19.1 million.
The cash infusion was led by Japan’s largest e-commerce company, Rakuten, which boasts 75 million shoppers annually and generated $2.8 billion from its Internet services last year. Existing investors DCM and FirstMark Capital also participated in the round.
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