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Culver City-based Adway is offering Uber and Lyft drivers hundreds of dollars every month to project ads on the sides of their cars.

So far, the company has signed up about two dozen drivers in Los Angeles, where competitor Firefly faced fierce pushback a few years ago from city officials who sought to ban digital ads on moving vehicles.

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Los Angeles-based EVgo is one of a handful of firms that General Motors has partnered with to patch together a nationwide electric vehicle charging network called Ultium Charge 360.

The announcement comes as a wave of new EV models are ready to hit the market and governments are pushing plug-in technology.

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Xos Inc., a North Hollywood-based electric vehicle company, announced on Monday it plans to go public through a merger with NextGen Acquisition Corp.

The companies expect to start trading as "XOS" on the Nasdaq by the second quarter of 2021 following a transaction that values the combined entity at $2 billion.

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