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FACEBOOK

Last year the company received $200 million from Russia's Digital Sky Technologies, which agreed to buy $100 million more in employee shares.

TWITTER

The company received $100 million from T. Rowe Price and others so it could invest in servers and other gear to keep up with its rising traffic.

YELP

The site will get up to $100 million from Elevation Partners, three-quarters of which will be used to buy employees' shares.

ZYNGA

The social games maker got $180 million from DST in December, with an unspecified amount of that total going to cash out employees.


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