There were a lot of big investments and acquisitions made this week. Here’s what went down:
- After SpaceX signaled it would be looking into satellite Internet access, Google and Fidelity invested $1 billion in Elon Musk’s rocket company. This investment gives SpaceX a $10 billion valuation.
- Amazon purchased the Israeli networking hardware startup Annapurna Labs for $350 million, according to reports from the Israeli press.
- Two years after a deal linked the two companies’ search technologies, Expedia bought the online travel agency Travelocity for $280 million.
- Planet Labs, which uses a network of satellites to take high-resolution photographs of Earth, raised $95 million in a Series C funding round led by Data Collective. Along with a separate debt facility from Western Technology Investment, Planet Labs has $160 million in new funding.
- The bitcoin software company Coinbase raised $75 million in a round that puts the value of the company at around $400 million. The investors include the New York Stock Exchange, USAA Bank and BBVA Bank.
- Raise, a startup that runs an online gift-card marketplace, raised a $56 million funding round led by NEA which values the company at $1 billion. Two months ago, Raise nabbed $18 million in a separate round.
- Twitter confirmed its acquisition of the Indian startup ZipDial, as the company looks to expand its presence in India. Previous reports indicated Twitter paid between $30 million and $40 million for the messaging service.
- The Boston-based robot maker Jibo — featured in this profile by Re/code’s James Temple — raised $25.3 million in a Series A funding round with participation from RRE Ventures, CRV and others.
- The New York-based “deep linking” app technology startup Button landed a $12 million Series A investment. The round was by Redpoint Ventures, with partner Chris Moore set to join the Button board of directors.
- Exclusive dating app The League raised $2.1 million in a funding round with participation from IDG Ventures, Structure Capital, xSeed Capital, Sherpa Ventures and others.
- For an undisclosed sum, Pinterest acquired the marketing startup Kosei as part of an effort to shore up the company’s advertising unit.
This article originally appeared on Recode.net.