Relativity Media, $100 million: With its next bankruptcy hearing scheduled for next week, the production company received a sum of cash from existing investors including founder and CEO Ryan Kavanaugh; Macquarie Bank; hedge fund founder Joseph Nicholas; and Carey Metz, chief investment officer of Atorus Investment Management LLC. New investors include TomorrowVentures, the investment vehicle for Alphabet executive chairman Eric Schmidt; Carat Global; and VII Peaks Capital.

NewVoiceMedia, $30 million: The U.K.-based company, which opened a New York City office in January 2014, provides cloud tech and routing capabilities for businesses of all sizes across 128 countries.

The $30 million in capital comes roughly two years after NewVoiceMedia raised a $50 million Series E on July 9, 2014.

ParkWhiz, $24 million: The Chicago-based startup, with $24 million in recently acquired funding, decided to purchase New York rival BestParking.

HopSkipDrive, $10.2 million: The latest funding round was led by Union Square-based FirstMark Capital, with participation from existing investors Upfront Ventures, BBG Ventures and 1776 as well as new investors Greycroft Partners and Pritzker Group Venture Capital.

The new financing brings the Los Angeles startup’s total funding to $14.1million.

Vestorly, $4.1 million: Sigma Prime Ventures led a Series A funding round for the digital marketing platform for financial advisors.