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Meet LA's Newest Unicorn and Its Buy Now, Pay Later Platform

"We're not going after the nice-to-have Peloton."

Buy now, pay later technology — pioneered by startups like Klarna, Afterpay and Affirm — introduced shoppers to payment plans that cut big shopping tabs into smaller bills. But Sunbit CEO Arad Levertov is after a different demographic.

Tinder will prompt users to rethink sending potentially offensive messages.

Virgin Galactic confirms the upcoming test flight of its VSS Unity in May.

The young CEO who helped make TikTok a global hit is the latest Chinese tech entrepreneur to quit.

Musk says he hasn't and won't sell any dogecoin.

Google will open its first physical store in New York this summer.

Washington is rushing to regulate crypto. It's a mess.

Spotify expands into the audiobooks market by partnering with Storytel.

Activision Blizzard eyes new sponsorship categories for teams.

Mandatory opt-out and data breach notification part of the new privacy bill.

Sunbit Raises $130 Million for its Buy Now, Pay Later Service

Sunbit sells its buy now, pay later technology to about 7,300 car dealers and health care providers who offer split-up payment deals to customers who are unable or don't want to pay the full price tag up front.

Snap's New AR Glasses and Innovation Lab

Snap unveiled its latest AR glasses, pushing deeper into the technology it considers its big bet. The device includes a touchpad at the frame's hingepoint, two cameras, four microphones and two speakers.

Jam City Will Go Public Via a SPAC 

Mobile games featuring Harry Potter, Jurassic Park and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles will soon be on the same roster. L.A.-based mobile game publisher Jam City will go public and acquire Montreal-based Ludia, creating a $1.2 billion gaming juggernaut.

Triller Strikes Deal with Universal Music Group

Triller users will once again have access to UMG's catalog and roster of artists, including Drake, Post Malone, Arianna Grande, Selena Gomez, Eminem and hundreds of others that had previously been pulled from the short-form video app.

'Journey To Launch' Founder On Quitting the Rat Race

CEO Jamila Souffrant talks with the Behind Her Empire podcast about the inspiration for her company, working as an entrepreneur, changing her relationship with money and finding greater flexibility and freedom.

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