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"Imagine a cardiologist asking you how your heart is doing based upon your hunches, without cholesterol or blood pressure."

Reporter Rachel Uranga has a look at Kernel, one among a small list of companies trying to hack the human brain.

NBC streaming service Peacock will feature Premier League soccer matches.

Mobile app use jumped 40% in the last year.

TikTok is reportedly considering changes to its corporate structure.

Tinder's experimenting with virtual dating during the pandemic.

Torrance-based Fisker Automotive is reportedly working on a deal to go public.

Quibi is pushing back on reports that it lost 92% of its subscribers after its free trial ended recently.

Live Nation is being sued for workplace discrimination by a former employee.

Kernel Raises $53M in Quest to Decode the Brain

The L.A.-based company will use the money toward a brain-recording device it hopes will spur a new era of discovery in neuroscience, psychiatry and health. Read more >>

Surkus Local Aims to Build Loyalty for LA Businesses

Founded by a Groupon alum, Surkus Local is working with L.A. restaurants to build customer loyalty with their neighbors. Read more >>

Open Raven is on a Hiring Spree

Following a $15M series A raise, L.A.-based Open Raven announced it has added three new members to its leadership team. Read more updates >>

What's Wrong with Wall Street?

In this week's Office Hours podcast, a look at the factors contributing to Wall Street's optimism, such as the enormous stimulus coming from governments and speculation on what cutbacks and new technology will mean for company profits. Listen >>

Watch: Our Virtual Fireside Chat with Cameo's CEO 

In our first Virtual Fireside Chat, we talk with Cameo founder Steven Galanis about the company's move to L.A., his vision for its future and how he landed Snoop Dogg as an avid user and investor. Watch it here >>

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