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"You have a pool, you have a gym. Now you have a car you can access."
Culver City-based startup Envoy rents out electric cars to some of the top real estate companies. Now it hopes to make their ride a regular perk for all. Francesca Billington talks to the founders about their recent raise.
New PlayStation and Xbox consoles arrive amid record growth in gaming.
Netflix's TikTok-like funny video feed.
'Wonder Woman' may hit HBO Max shortly after opens.
Retailers are pushing their employees to become TikTok influencers.
Will Twitter Ban Trump?
SpaceX Starlink satelite internet encounters has some hiccups
Instacart reportedly taps Goldman Sachs to lead IPO at $30 billion valuation.
The Chainsmokers think it's not just their fame that makes them valuable to the companies they invest in. The duo tells Spencer Rascoff in the Office Hours podcast how they write their songs and the logic behind what might be considered a controversial decision: selling their music catalog. Read and listen here>>
As the pandemic continued to rage across the United States, a record 4.9 million consumers used GoodRx to fill prescriptions and year-over-year revenue beat analyst expectations, soaring 38%. But Wall Street was not so pleased. Read more>>
Disney Plus was the shining star for Disney's year-end earnings report logging 73 million subscribers but Disneyland won't open until 2021. Part of Disney Plus' subscriber boost can be attributed to the July release of "Hamilton," anticipation for season two of "The Mandalorian," and the move to bring "Mulan" to the platform for a $30 fee. Read more>>
Anna Barber, who has served as a mentor to countless early startup founders and headed the Techstars LA Accelerator for the past three years, is leaving to become the first head of M13's venture studio and a partner at the firm. "I was not looking for a new role, but you literally couldn't design a more perfect opportunity for me," Barber said. "It was too good to pass up." Read more>>
Former real estate investors, the founders of transportation tech company Envoy wanted to make electric vehicles another amenity for apartment dwellers. They supply 27 of the top 50 real estate companies and on Thursday closed an $11 million Series A round. Read more>>
TikTok won't be forced to sell, at least not for a while. The Commerce Department said it won't be enforcing the Thursday deadline imposed by Trump's executive order "pending further legal developments." That order would have banned listing TikTok in app stores today. Read more>>