Strive Health gets $140M for kidney care

Strive Health, a startup aiming to slow the progression of kidney disease, secured a $140 million Series B round of funding led by Alphabet’s CapitalG. The Denver-based company employs groups of trained clinicians in a geographical area who tap into data to slow patients’ disease progression and manage other avoidable health risks.

Austin-based SchooLinks, a college and career planning platform, raised $8.3 million in a Series A round led by LiveOak Venture Partners.

New York-based Fridge No More, a 15-minute grocery delivery service, received $15.4 million in a new funding led by Insight Partners. The startup will use the funding to bring on additional staff and expand across New York City and the East Coast.

Cybersecurity provider Cyware locked in a $30 million Series B round led by led by Advent International, just seven months after closing its Series A. The New York company’s platform offers security orchestration, automation and response technologies, and threat intelligence,