TOP NEWS Raises $110M

The Los Angeles Times is reporting that Pasadena-based online dating site has raised a $110M round of funding. According to the paper, the funding is coming from Sequoia Capital, Technology Crossover Ventures, and other VC firms. eHarmony uses questionnaires and personality matching surveys to match its members, who pay $50 a month for access to its network. eHarmony, started in August of 2000, had previously raised a single $3.0M round of funding from Fayez Sarofim & Co. More information »