A debt and equity funding round has brought in $19.5 million for USGI Medical. The California firm will use the money to support the closing stages of the FDA approval process for POSE, an incision-free endoscopic weight-loss tool, and to support the product's commercial launch in the Middle East and Europe.
Honu Group, the developer of the Outlets of Maui in Hawaii, has secured $19.5 million from Johnson Capital to redevelop the complex. Tenants will include Brooks Brothers, Calvin Klein and Coach. The retail center's existing anchors, Hard Rock Cafe and Ruth's Chris Steak House, will remain.
A round of financing from five investors has pulled in $19.5 million for Ceterix Orthopaedics, which hopes to obtain an additional $1.10 million. The Menlo Park, Calif.-based startup is the maker of a suturing device that helps doctors stitch challenging anatomical areas while avoiding surrounding tissue, cartilage or nerves.