The shopping delivery app developer, which counts Comcast, American Express and Amazon among its investors, boosted its valuation to $13.7bn in the round.

Instacart, the grocery delivery app developer backed by corporates Comcast, American Express and Amazon, secured $225m in funding yesterday at a $13.7bn valuation. Venture capital firms DST Global and General Catalyst co-led the round, which included investment firm D1 Capital Partners. The cash was raised at a valuation almost double that of Instacart’s last round…

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