- Zoox, a Foster City, Calif.-based self-driving vehicle company, is weighing a sale, per the Information citing sources. Read more.
- Kurly, the Korean grocery delivery startup, raised 200 billion won ($164.3 million) in Series E funding. DST Global led the round and was joined by investors including Hillhouse Capital, Sequoia Capital China, Fuse Venture Partners, SK Networks Translink Capital, and Aspex Management. Read more.
- Gojo & Company, a Tokyo-based micro lender, raised $22 million in ongoing Series D funding. Seven Bank, Credit Saison, and SBI Group were among the investors.
- Groove, a San Francisco, Calif.-based sales engagement platform, raised $12 million in Series A funding. Level Equity and Capital One Ventures led the round and was joined by investors including Uncork Capital and Quest Venture Partners.
- Workstream, a San Francisco-based hiring platform for onboarding hourly workers, raised $10 Million in Series A funding. Keith Rabois of Founders Fund led the round, and was joined by investors including Basis Set Ventures, CRV, and GGV Capital.
- Genetesis, a Mason, Oh.-based medical technology company developing non-invasive cardio imaging, raised $9.2 million in Series B funding. CincyTech, Ohio Innovation Fund, and Mark Cuban were among the investors.
- StructionSite, an Oakland, Calif.-based provider of reality capture software on construction sites, raised $7 million in funding. D20 Capital led the round and was joined by investors including Prelude and existing investors CEMEX Ventures, Obayashi, and 500 Startups.
- Dtex, a San Jose, Calif.-based cybersecurity firm, raised $17.5 million in funding. Northgate Capital led the round and was joined by investors including Norwest Venture Partners and Four Rivers Group. Read more.
- Locatee, a Zurich, Switzerland-based workplace analytics solution for office management, raised $4 million in Series A funding. FYRFLY Venture Partners and Tomahawk VC were the investors.
- Nextmv, a Philadelphia-based provider of decision making models for the logistics operations industry, raised $2.7 million in seed funding. FirstMark Capital and Dynamo led the round and was joined by investors including XFactor, Atypical and 2048. Read more.
- Toposens, a Munich-based startup that’s developing an echolocation sensor for vehicles, raised an undisclosed amount of funding. ALPANA Ventures led the round and was joined by investors including Basinghall Partners and In-Q-Tel.
- Latitude 27 Capital acquired JK Findings, a provider of jewelry components. Financial terms weren't disclosed.
- Boyne Capital acquired Pilot Power Group, a San Diego, Calif.-based provider of electric utility billing and data management services. Financial terms weren't disclosed.
- Warner Music Group, New York-based record label, has been approved for an IPO on the Nasdaq. The firm posted revenues of $4.5 billion in the year ending Sept. 2019, with a net income of $256 million. Len Blavatnik backs the firm. Read more.
- WEX (NYSE: WEX) said it may walk away from a $1.7 billion deal to acquire eNett and Optal, travel payment services providers, citing the coronavirus outbreak. Travelport owns eNett. Read more.
- AMP (ASX: AMP) scrapped plans to divest its New Zealand wealth management business due to the disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Read more.
- Unity Technologies acquired Finger Food Advanced Technology Group, a Vancouver-based VR/AR company. Financial terms weren't disclosed.
- Target is acquiring some tech assets of Deliv, a delivery service startup. Deliv is in the process of shutting down. Deliv’s venture investors include General Catalyst, PivotNorth Capital, Redpoint Ventures, and Upfront Ventures. Read more.
- Julius Works acquired HYPR Brands, a New York City-based influencer marketing company and platform. Investors including Edgewater Capital Partners, Klingenstein Fields Wealth Advisors, LaunchCapital, Maverick Capital, Prudence Holdings, Resolute Ventures, Silvertech Ventures, and World Trade Ventures backed HYPR.
- Energy Spectrum Capital announced $969 million in capital commitments for the first close of Energy Spectrum Partners VIII.
- AXA Venture Partners raised €200 million ($217 million) in its first closing of AVP Diversified II, a Fund of Funds strategy.