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"We definitely feel honored that we have an opportunity to become a part of the recovery process for several local stores affected by not only COVID, but also by looting in Los Angeles."

L.A. boutiques such as Japan LA, Popkiller, and 3D Retro turned to Popshop Live when they were forced to shut down during the pandemic. Now, the streaming retailer has picked up $3M to grow their network.

California's new privacy law went into effect late last week. Read our new privacy policy here.

TikTok, once a place for nonpartisan viral postings, finds itself getting pulled into politics — and that hasn't been good for its new advertising platform.

Amazon Fire TV is now streaming YouTube, Sling and Hulu. Its air delivery fleet will fly, in part, on sustainable fuel.

Spotify wants to build your workout playlist.

It's not too late to sign up to take part in our talk with Cameo CEO Steven Galanis tomorrow. Sign up here!

Popshop Live's Twist on E-Commerce

Popshop Live announced today that it's raised $3 million. The company aims to make shopping on your phones more like an in-store experience. Read more >>

Karma Automotive Comes Up with $100M 

Luxury electric carmaker Karma has found a lifeline with $100 million in new funding as the company and its parent look to bank on the popularity of EVs in order to raise $300 million. Read more >>

Nomad Homes Announces $4M Raise

Nomad Homes has raised $4 million to allow users to search, finance, and complete paperwork for residential real estate in the Middle East and Europe — with an engineering team in L.A. Read more >>

An Airbnb for Motorcycles, Out of UCLA

The company operates a platform where users can rent out their own motorcycles or rent someone else's. Read more >>

Join Us for a Virtual Chat with Cameo's CEO

Join us at 11:00 a.m. PT tomorrow for a one-on-one video interview with Steven Galanis, founder and CEO of Cameo, a leading marketplace for celebrity shoutouts now based in Los Angeles. Register here >>

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