Online services marketplace operator Thumbtack has added $120m to its funding arsenal, bringing the Alphabet-backed company’s total equity to more than $390m.

Thumbtack, a US-based local services listing platform backed by internet and technology conglomerate Alphabet, has raised $120m in series H funding from unnamed investors, TechCrunch reported on Thursday, citing a regulatory filing. The company reportedly raised the money at a flat valuation of $1.3bn. Rumours had suggested Thumbtack had been exploring a sale to either…

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