Last-mile scooter outfit faces cease-and-desist order as city reviews permits
Santa Monica-based Bird is back in the news now that the city of San Francisco has decided to require that “last-mile” scooter-sharing companies apply for permits or face penalties.
Shares continue to dip as number of new users for messaging app disappoint
Snap’s CFO out; Amazon’s former VP in.
Hulu inks deal with Vice; CUJO AI lands Series B; Los Angeles to receive Verizon 5G before 2019.
Quarterback gets $2.5 million to boost e-sports efforts; European Court rules against Netflix; Block 5 returns unscathed.
Atom Tickets inks deal with Landmark Theatres; Ride Share companies waive arbitration for sexual misconduct cases; Tinder gets settlement from Tantan.
U.S. Supreme Court legalizes sports betting; Snap Inc. officially tweaks App; Facebook suspends 200 Apps.
The United States Supreme Court ruled by a vote of 6-3 to lift the federal ban on sports betting and put the matter at the hands of each state. The ruling gets rid of a 1992 law that made sports betting outside of Nevada, as well as a few other exceptions, illegal.
SpaceX launches Block 5 after aborting Thursday; Millenials have strong feelings over Snapchat redesign; Overwatch Finals moved to Brooklyn.
Uber to test air taxis in Los Angeles; Snapchat hosts Creators Summit; Arrowroot pours $38 million into ClickFox.
Ring launches Neighbors app; SpaceX Block 5 strives for reusability, Cornerstone OnDemand adds to board.