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INTERNET: RadPad hopes to click in rental listings space with mobile app that lets renters make their monthly payments. RadPad looks to make a move in the rental listings market with its app that processes payments.

By Omar Shamout February 23, 2015 midnight   Share
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L.A. Launch List: May 29

A weekly roundup of L.A. tech company and product launches.

L.A. Tech Deal Flow: May 29

A weekly roundup of must-read L.A. tech investments and acquisitions.

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Snapchat Raises $538 Million

Days after declaring its intent to IPO, Snapchat disclosed it has raised a $538 million round from a group of 35 private investors.

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AdTech Firm GumGum Raises Round, Eyes IPO

First Rubicon Project, now GumGum. Another L.A. advertising technology firm is eyeing an IPO.

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Snapchat IPO: Bubble Now or Bubble Later?

Snapchat has an exit plan, the question is just whether investors will get in on the way up or the way down.

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Soylent Tastes Bad and Doesn’t Care

Meal replacement manufacturer Soylent is getting strange looks from the media these days, but it doesn’t mind.

United Online Settles Classmates Inc. Suit

United Online Inc. subsidiary Classmates Inc. has agreed to pay part of an $11 million penalty to settle allegations of deceptive advertising.

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L.A. Tech Events Calendar 5/26-6/7

Roundup of L.A. tech events in the next two weeks.

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HelloTech’s College Kids Explain Wi-Fi to the Over-40 Set

Staffed by college techies, HelloTech wants to serve up older generations with tech support and the latest and greatest in technology.

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Data Feast

Bridg hopes to serve up old, new customers to eateries

Bridg taps a range of customer data to serve up business strategies for restaurants.

Facebook Orders Up Food Shows

Tastemade signs deal to whip up videos for new Anthology service.

Video maker Tastemade looks to fill up Facebook’s Anthology with food programming.

Angel Investor Hopes Venture Firm Takes Wing

INVESTMENT: Ex-Marine Paige Craig enlists others’ money for seed funding.

Angel investor Paige Craig looks to spread his wings with his new venture firm, Arena.

Investors Jump to Score Piece of E-Sports Firms

INTERNET: AlphaDraft offers fantasy league play; Mobcrush moves on mobile.

Watching other people play video games is becoming a huge business. Really.

L.A. Launch List: May 22

A weekly roundup of L.A. tech company and product launches.

L.A. Tech Deal Flow: May 22

A weekly roundup of must-read L.A. tech investments and acquisitions.