What do a mobile streaming, social commerce and virtual learning startups have in common? They all made our top 50 startups list of the second quarter, put together with help from Pitchbook data analysts. Senior finance reporter Ben Bergman runs down the top companies. You can sort our list by a number of variables.
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Take-Two Interactive earnings soar in the second quarter.
California's attorney general is partnering with the Federal Trade Commission in its investigation of Amazon.
Snapchat partners with several big music labels giving users more songs to use in their snaps.
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Despite the pandemic and the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression, plenty of Los Angeles startups continue to survive and even thrive. We worked with Pitchbook to compile a list of the top 50. Read more >>
ABL Space Systems, a startup building low-cost launch vehicles for small satellites, announces it's raised more than $90 million and plans to launch its first orbital mission next year. Read more >>
Trump says he'll hold off on banning TikTok while Microsoft negotiates with the app's Chinese parent company, ByteDance. Read more >>
Virgin Galactic has taken the wraps off a concept for an airplane capable of flying three times the speed of sound, to be developed with support from Boeing and Rolls-Royce. Read more >>
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