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"We see ourselves as building the Starbucks of real food."

Senior finance reporter Ben Bergman talks with Sweetgreen's CEO after a tumultuous patch when it had to briefly close many of its restaurants. Here's what's next for its pricing model and plans for a post-COVID future.

The U.S. Secretary of State considers banning TikTok.

NBCUniversal News Group outlined plans to reach 50% diversity in its staff.

Amazon Prime Video is rolling out individual profiles so users can get personalized recommendations on what to watch.

With Tesla's stocks soaring, CEO Elon Musk is taunting the carmaker's critics.

Join us for the first in our series of one-on-one interviews with L.A. tech influencers. We'll talk with Cameo's CEO Steven Galanis at 11:00 a.m. this Thursday. Sign up here.

How Sweetgreen's Adapting to the Pandemic

We spoke with the fresh food unicorn's CEO about his plans to become the 'Starbucks of real food" and its future in delivery. Read more >>

Snap Stocks Surge After U.S. Threats to TikTok

U.S. Secretary of State Pompeo warned Americans that downloading the app would leave their private information "in the hands of the Chinese Communist Party." Read more updates>>

How Health-Ade's Founder Grew $600 into Multi-Millions 

Co-founder Daina Trout grew Health-Ade Kombucha from $600 and some closet space to one of the fastest-growing brands on the market. Hear her story >>

Join Us for a Virtual Chat with Cameo's CEO

Join us at 11:00 a.m. PT on Thursday, July 9th 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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