Fab, a US-based consumer products sales site, has raised $105m in its series C round froma  consortium including overseas corporations’ corporate venturing units.

Russia-based internet company Ru-Net’s ru-Net Technology Partners for US investments and Japan-based phone operator NTT’s DoCoMo Capital corporate venturing unit, were joined by venture capital firms Atomico, which led the C round, Pinnacle Ventures, Mayfield Fund, Andreessen Horowitz, Menlo Ventures, Baroda Ventures and First Round Capital and and angel investor Troy Carter, founder of Coalition Media Group, which manages musician Lady Gaga.

In December, Fab.com raised $40m in its B round, following $11m in prior funding including from media firm Washington Post Company, VC firm Zelkova Ventures, microfund SV Angel and a host of angels including Allen Morgan, David Tisch and actor Ashton Kutcher, and the following month acquired fashion-focused daily deals site FashionStake on Friday for an undisclosed amount.

The latest investment will help the company…

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