"You can't make money doing the same thing everyone else does."
Senior finance reporter Ben Bergman talks with MoviePass co-founder Hamet Watt about his new venture studio, Share Ventures, and why he doesn't use the term wellness to describe its focus.
Uber CEO threatens temporary shutdown in California after judge orders it to classify drivers as employees.
AT&T is in talks to sell WarnerMedia's Crunchyroll to Sony.
The Weeknd virtual concert on TikTok drew over 2 million viewers.
TikTok Trump lip-syncer Sarah Cooper lands a Netflix special.
Sumner Redstone dies at 97. He built a media empire.
Reimagining Wellness Companies
With $10 million in funding, Hamet Watt shares his plans to launch several companies focused on human performance from his new venture studio. Read here. >>
Can AI Read Your Mind?
Sesh Corp. raised $1.6 million to help build out Empath, an AI-fueled software that reads the emotions of people on video. Read here. >>
Ridesharing App for Kids HopSkipDrive Announces Layoffs
CEO Joanna McFarland said after delivering the news to the group affected over Zoom, managers held one-on-one meetings to review benefits and severance pay. Read here. >>
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