A lot of money changed hands this week. Here’s where it went:
- Chipmaker Cypress Semiconductor disclosed plans to buy competitor Spansion in an all-stock deal valued at $4 billion.
- Ride-sharing service Uber raised $1.2 billion in a funding round that puts its value at around $40 billion.
- Instacart, a San Francisco-based grocery delivery startup, has embarked on a $100 million-plus funding round led by Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers. Valuation: $2 billion.
- Payments startup Stripe has raised $70 million. Once valued at $1.75 billion, the company is now valued at $3.5 billion.
- Harry’s, which peddles men’s grooming products, raised $75 million in a new round, giving it a $350 million valuation.
- With a new $46.5 million funding round led by General Atlantic, Internet publisher Vox Media is now worth $380 million. In the past six years, Vox has raised about $110 million.
- Wearables maker Misfit raised $40 million from Chinese smartphone company Xiaomi. The Series C round comes as Misfit prepares to design and ship a number of new products.
- Glide, an Israeli video messaging startup, raised $20 million in a funding round led by Marker LLC, putting the company’s value at $100 million.
- Richard Rosenblatt, an entrepreneur who previously co-founded and ran Demand Media, raised $20 million in funding for his new TV-clipping startup Whipclips.
- The millennial-focused media startup Attn: snagged $4.1 million in funding from Seacrest Global Group, the personal investment arm of Hollywood mogul Ryan Seacrest.
This article originally appeared on Recode.net.