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The city of Adelanto may be best known for its prison — now a privately-owned immigration detention center. It's also where cannabis startup Genius Fund poured tens of millions of dollars last year into a cannabis production facility it shared with two partners. It didn't take long for things to go south.

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The Trump administration's executive order regarding Chinese-owned WeChat is raising concerns it could impact other businesses tied to its parent company, and could spell trouble for other California tech companies with investors in China.

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TikTok's reach — over 800 million monthly users globally — makes it an attractive partner for advertisers and artists trying to grow and highlights the conundrum companies face in working with them.

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This week: A cannabis startup's tale of woes, TikTok faces ban, COVID-19 test kiosks come to L.A., who made the 50 hottest startups list and a quick look at investing news.

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In this installment of dot.LA Dives In, Christoph Bertsch, founder and CEO of nutrition startup Vejo, talks about how he has grown the company from focusing on high-level athletes to everyday users.

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