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Zwift Inc., the Long Beach-based maker of a popular at-home cycling and running app, has raised $450 million in Series C funding.
Special purpose acquisition companies, or SPACs, are in the midst of their biggest moment yet.
El Segundo-based tax credit and incentives platform Incentify has received $4.25 million in equity investment from Ryan LLC.
Flying Eagle Acquisition Corp., a Century City-based special purpose acquisition company, or SPAC, plans to merge with mobile gaming platform Skillz Inc.
After months of webinars and Zoom meetings, Crypto Blockchain Plug Inc. is coming back to the physical world.
Hancock Park-based Broadway Financial Corp. is set to become the largest Black-led bank in American history.
Having survived one major recession and seen long-term growth in its wake, Mesa West Capital believes the aftermath of Covid-19 could create similar opportunities in their space.
Santa Monica-based Bonfire Ventures, which focuses on investments in business-to-business software companies, has raised $100 million for its second venture fund.
Cybersecurity company Britive Inc. has raised $5.4 million in late seed stage funding.
Despite a global pandemic and one of the most tumultuous economic environments in modern history, U.S. billionaires have done surprisingly well in the past year.