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"This is what's gonna really change the future of not only entrepreneurship, but also product development overall."

Christian Peverelli, a non-technical entrepreneur started the Los Angeles-based WeAreNoCode to teach founders digital skills without writing a line of code. He and his co-founder hopes it will lead to more non-technical entrepreneurs creating digital startups, reports Breanna De Vera.

Sunset Gower Studios plans a new Hollywood high-rise.

Explaining Snapchat's new short-form video 'lottery'.

Amazon Web Services suffers a major pre-holiday outage.

James Cordin plans a start-studded Thanksgiving TikTok musical.

Female fintech founders lose out on capital.

SpaceX plans its Starship test flight for next week.

Tesla recalls its Model X and Y over roof, bolt issues.

Salesforce held talks to buy Slack.

Jay-Z joins a cannabis SPAC.

WeAreNoCode, a Tech Bootcamp for Founders 

Christian Peverelli thinks enterprise software companies can be successfully built by entrepreneurs like himself, without any technical skills. Read more>>

Happier Camper Raises $3.7M

Orders for inexpensive compact trailers like Happier Camper's 75-square-foot model are growing as newbie road trippers look for COVID-safe travels. Read more>>

Telehealth Provider Cloudbreak Plans to Go Public via SPAC

The El Segundo-based telemedicine technology provider and Florida-based UpHealth Holdings will combine and go public via a SPAC in a deal that values the combined companies at $1.35 billion as telemedicine demand surges. Read more>>

Vamos Ventures on Investing in LA's Future

On this week's episode of LA Venture, hear from Marcos Gonzalez, the managing partner at Vamos Ventures, a seed-stage venture fund which invests in Latino and diverse founders. And, Vamos is hiring... Listen >>

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