West Hollywood-based StoryFile has raised $4 million to scale its storytelling app.
NuOrder Inc. is expected to be acquired by Lightspeed in an estimated $425 million deal.
Electric vehicle maker Fisker Inc. plans to manufacture a climate-neutral vehicle by 2027.
Elon Musk’s Boring Co. is about to get its first real-world test as its 4-mile, $52.5 million tunnel loop opens to the public this week underneath the huge Las Vegas Convention Center campus.
Digital Colony Management has completed its acquisition of wireless internet provider Boingo Wireless Inc.
Aerospace company Red 6 raises $30 million in a Series A round to fund its augmented reality military training technology.
Amid a global pandemic, Activision Blizzard shifted to a remote work model to facilitate the release of new games and the operation of two esports leagues.
Marina Del Rey-based Whatnot Inc. raised $50 million in Series B funding to grow its staff and expand its marketplace of collectible fan memorabilia.
Pasadena-based CodeSpark Inc., a digital education platform focused on STEM learning for young children, has agreed to be acquired by New York-based early education business Begin.
Topia Interactive Inc., which develops virtual meeting places where members can join “worlds” created by artists and designers, raised $5 million.
Britive Inc., a Glendale-based cloud cybersecurity company, has raised $10 million in Series A funding to continue to develop its security software.
Going into 2020, the micromobility industry was already experiencing some growing pains. A year later, local micromobility companies are optimistic.
Westwood-based financial technology platform Sunbit Inc. raised $130 million in Series D funding, bumping its valuation to $1.1 billion.
Owners are increasingly giving their dogs and cats the luxury treatment, which is leading to strong growth for the pet care industry in Los Angeles.
Social media giant Snap Inc. said it has paid out $130 million to content creators as part of its Snapchat Spotlight program.