Cybersecurity technology producer Salt Security nabbed $140m in a CapitalG-led round while healthcare unicorn Thirty Madison merged with Comcast-backed Nurx.

Funding CapitalG, the growth equity subsidiary of internet and technology group Alphabet, led a $140m series D round for US-based, application programming interface-focused cybersecurity software provider Salt Security yesterday. The round valued the company at $1.4bn and included all its existing investors: Sequoia Capital, Y Combinator, Tenaya Capital, S Capital VC, Advent International, Alkeon Capital…

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