In a 30-second TikTok video, Bran Movay, 23, gives users an inside look at his daily routine.
Culver City-based startup Openpath Security Inc. has been developing mobile-based door lock systems since 2016.
With ecommerce on the rise and millions of consumers now expecting same-day shipping options when shopping online.
Flowspace Inc., the Del Rey-based developer of a software platform built to manage warehouse and shipping logistics, announced March 17 that it had raised $31 million in a Series B funding.
Online fundraising startup Pledge announced that it had raised $3 million in new seed funding to finance the launch of a new virtual fundraising platform.
Sawtelle-based EVGo will install electric vehicle charging stations at 256 Meijer locations.
The Santa Monica-based amateur esports broadcaster says the merger will help it reach 85 million monthly viewers.
MediaAlpha Inc., which generates customer acquisition leads for insurance carriers through a digital platform, is far from a typical tech startup.
NuOrder Inc., the Century City-based developer of a wholesale ecommerce platform for brands and retailers, announced March 10 that it had raised $45 million in a new round of funding.
Sawtelle-based health care technology company Get Heal Inc., doing business as Heal, announced March 3 that co-founder and Chief Executive Nick Desai had stepped down.
It has been nearly 20 years since Space Exploration Technologies Corp. was founded with the relatively humble goal of bringing down the cost of launching small satellites into orbit.
Computer accessories manufacturer Belkin International Inc. announced March 11 that it plans to move from its current headquarters in Playa Vista to a new office space in El Segundo.
Curio’s platform allows individuals to create, own, share and trade digital collectibles from TV shows, graphic novels, movies and music.
Well before the pandemic forced schools to adapt to virtual instruction, Myles Hunter was brainstorming ways to make tutoring more efficient.
Fledgling video game studio Theorycraft Games Inc. announced March 4 that it had hauled in an impressive $37.5 million to fund development of its first title.