Global venture capital firm Sequoia Capital closed two funds focused on India and Southeast Asia.
Perfect Day, a Berkeley, California-based animal-free dairy startup, raised further $160m in Series C funding.
Bien-Etre Labs, a High Point, NC-based nutraceutical research, discovery and development company, completed a $7M investment funding round.
An affiliate H.I.G. Europe acquired a controlling stake in Project Informatica S.r.l., a Stezzano (Bergamo), Italy-based firm in the Italian information technology industry.
Revenue Solutions, Inc., a Pembroke, Mass.-based provider of technology-enabled public sector tax processing and compliance software solutions, received a strategic investment from an affiliate of DC Capital Partners Management, LP, a private equity investment firm focused on Government and Technology related investments.
Fisker Inc., a Los Angeles, CA-based maker of electric vehicles, raused $50m in Series C financing.
Accenture (NYSE: ACN) has made a strategic investment in Synadia Communications, the Los Angeles, CA-based company behind the production-proven open source NATS.io project.
Swap, a Brazilian startup for financial players to create fintech products internally, raised $3.3m in seed funding.
Epic Games, Inc., a Cary, NC-based interactive entertainment company, received a minority investment of $250m from Sony Corporation.
Rivian, an Irvine, Calif.-based electric vehicle manufacturer, closed a funding round of $2.5 billion.
Cala, a New York-based provider of a retail platform for influencers to launch fashion brands, raised $3m in seed funding.
Wagestream, a London, UK-based provider of an app that allows workers to access earned income in real time, raised $25m in funding.
Soplaya, an Udine, Italy-based startup operating a food marketplace, raised €3.5m in seed funding.
An FPGA can be a difficult acronym to explain. It is a field programable gate array; a type of integrated circuit that performs digital functions by the user, similar to a microprocessor except it executes instructions in parallel.
FitXR, a London, UK-based VR fitness developer, raised $7.5M In Series A funding.