Snap Inc. signs data subscription deal with Factual, storage startup Clutter raises $64 million, and baby food subscription service Yumi raises $4.1 million.
Factual Inc. announced on Tuesday that it signed a deal to sell its location data to Snap Inc. for use in Snapchat.
Snap rolls out ad manager for small businesses, United Launch Alliance wasn’t allowed to bid for Air Force X-37B launch won by SpaceX, and Imax plans to lay off 100 employees in cost-cutting move.
Snap Inc. rolled out its ad manager tool on Monday, which makes it easier for small businesses to buy and manage ad campaigns on Snapchat.
INTERNET: $200 million buys tracker of ground-level data.
Snap moves to improve its ground game with the pickup of street-level ad data tracker Placed.
Santa Monica’s Surf Air last week acquired rival subscription-based airline Rise of Dallas as part of an expansion that includes plans to launch service in Europe at the end of the month.
TECHNOLOGY: He stands by LAX tunnel proposal despite city officials’ doubts.
Boring Co. founder Elon Musk acknowledged last week that his company would likely struggle to gain government approval for a tunnel extending from Los Angeles International Airport to Sherman Oaks, but said the endeavor was still worth a shot.
Elon Musk says Boring Co. odds of success low, but still worth it, Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator names new chief executive, and augmented reality firm Daqri lends helmet to flying “Iron Man” demo.
Boring Co. founder Elon Musk acknowledged that his company would likely struggle to gain government approval for a tunnel extending from Los Angeles International Airport to Sherman Oaks, but said the endeavor was still worth a shot.
Surf Air acquires Texas rival Rise, SpaceX wins U.S. Air Force launch contract for top-secret spaceship, and Stem raises $8 million for software to manage music royalties.