"You can't make money doing the same thing everyone else does."
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.
TikTok Trump lip-syncer Sarah Cooper lands a Netflix special.
Sumner Redstone dies at 97. He built a media empire.
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. >>
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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