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"There isn't a testing strategy that makes Thanksgiving 'safe.'"

County officials and private labs are ramping up testing capacity with the holidays around the corner and cases surging. Reporter Francesca Billington reports on the preparations.

Amazon reduces the size of its delivery drone team.

B2B credit payment platform Credit Key raises $33M.

Rocket Lab successfully tests recovering its Electron rocket.

Triller planned red carpet party as COVID surged.

Apple lobbies against U.S. anti-forced labor laws in China.

AirBnB's CEO resisted IPO for years.

Amazon, retailers delay Black Friday in France.

Triller Fights Music Infringement Lawsuit

Wixen Music Publishing has accused the social media video sharing platform Triller of illegally using its songs by Weezer, The Ramones, Styx and hundreds of other artists in the music publisher's 50,000-deep song catalog. Read more>>

 Honey to Adorn Clippers Jerseys 

The Los Angeles Clippers, owned by former Microsoft chief Steve Ballmer, is stitching a new logo on game jerseys this year. Los Angeles' tech darling Honey will appear on the basketball team's uniform as part of a partnership inked last fall. Read more>>

Ashton Kutcher's Sound Ventures Aims for New $150m Fund

Founded in 2015 by Kutcher and former talent scout Guy Oseary, the VC firm was created with $100 million from Liberty Media and helped make Kutcher one of Hollywood's most active and high-profile investors. Read more>>

Ahead of Thanksgiving, COVID Testing Demand Surges 

Los Angeles County health officials and private labs are ramping up COVID-19 testing capacity as cases rise and people anxious to visit family for the Thanksgiving holiday flock to centers. Experts warn that a test doesn't guarantee travelers won't bring the virus to dinner. Read more>>

Snap Acquires Songwriting Startup Voisey

Santa Monica-based Snap acquired Voisey, a U.K.-based app founded by a group of music-tech entrepreneurs. The app houses millions of new songs. Read more>>

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