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.
Downtown-based cloud and digital technology company J2 Global Inc. saw a 20% jump in revenue in the first quarter as its digital media assets boomed.
Pasadena-based Embodied Inc. released a product last year called Moxie, an artificial-intelligence-enabled robotic companion for young children.
Los Angeles’ latest startup accelerator is welcoming its first class of fledgling companies.
Arcturus Studios Holdings Inc. is a Beverly Hills-based developer of a software product called HoloSuite.
Santa Monica-based Nacelle’s platform integrates into existing ecommerce websites, increasing speed for mobile and desktop browsing.
NFTs have become one of the hottest topics in the digital landscape — and, increasingly, a focus for many Los Angeles businesses.
A planned high-speed rail project between Las Vegas and Southern California that stalled out last fall amid the pandemic now appears to be back on track.
Downtown-based infrastructure giant AECOM recently won portions of two major multiyear federal contracts.
A direct rail connection to LAX has moved one step closer to reality, and Sylmar-based construction contractor Tutor Perini Corp. appears poised to deliver it.
EV infrastructure company Electrify America will invest $200 million into charging stations and zero-emission vehicle education campaigns in California.