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"One of the problems with subscription boxes is you might like some of the items, but you may really feel like some of the other things are a waste of your money."

Subscription box service FabFitFun had a banner year. Now it's taking a different tack with its flagship product. Senior correspondent JP Mangalindan has the story.

SpaceX rocket carrying four astronauts launches.

Disney Plus email gaffe over pricing costs company.

Bitcoin tumbles below $50,000, other cryptos sink over Biden tax plans

Fifth Wall SPAC merges with SmartRent in $2.2 billion deal.

Apple, Spotify and the new battle over podcasting.

4chan founder Chris Poole leaves Google.

FabFitFun Now Lets Subscribers Pick Everything In Their Boxes

FabFitFun's announcement follows a banner year for the startup, in which revenues almost doubled from 2018 to $600 million in 2020. As a way to keep more users happy, experts say it's smart.

Universal Hydrogen Retrofits Planes with Zero-Emission Technology

Founded in 2020, Universal Hydrogen is seeking to eliminate carbon emissions during flight using liquid hydrogen, —produced using renewable power — to feed fuel cells. It just got a $20 million lift.

Touchdown Ventures' Scott Lenet Has Plans to Upend the 'Secretive' Venture Industry

Co-founder of Touchdown Ventures, Scott Lenet, talks to L.A. Venture podcast about the industry and how it can be improved by training the next generation of venture capitalists.

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From the heart of the convergence between tech, media and entertainment in Los Angeles, dot.LA is pleased to announce "Intersect," a first-of-its-kind summit convening this new super-sector, held live virtually on Wednesday April 28. Apply to attend!

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