By Dan Primack
September 17, 2012

Square, a San Francisco-based mobile payments company, has raised $200 million in Series D funding at a $3.25 billion valuation. New investors include Citi Ventures, Rizvi Traverse Management and Starbucks Coffee Company. The company previously raised more than $150 million from firms like First Round Capital, Khosla Ventures, Sequoia Capital, Visa, Kleiner Perkins and Tiger Global Management.Read more.

Yemeksepeti.com, an online food ordering service in Turkey and the Middle East, has raised $44 million in VC funding. General Atlantic led the round, and was joined by Endeavor Catalyst.www.Yemeksepeti.com

Damballa, an Atlanta-based developer of Internet security software focused on “bot armies,” has raised $15 million in fifth-round funding. Adams Street Partners led the round, and was joined by return backers Paladin Capital Group, Sigma Partners, Palomar Ventures, InterWest Partners, GRA Venture Fund, Imlay Investments and Blumberg Capital. The company previously raised more than $21 million.www.damballa.com

SteadyMed Therapeutics Inc., an Israeli developer of disposable, subcutaneous delivery systems for medications, has raised $10.4 million in new VC funding from return backers KB Partners and Samson Ventureswww.steadymed.co.il

cCAM Biotherapeutics, an Israeli developer of immunotherapies  for cancer, has raised an undisclosed amount of Series A funding. Arkin Holdings led the round, and was joined by OrbiMed’s Israel Partners, Pontifax and F.Hoffmann La Roche. www.ccam-bio.com

Cenx Inc., a Chicago-based provider of, said that Ericsson participated in a $9.5 million funding round that was originally announced back in June. Other round participants included Verizon Investments, Mesirow Financial Private Equity, DCM, Highland Capital Partners and Cross Creek Capital.www.cenx.com

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