"When they take the field in 2022, a generation of young girls and women from our community will be able to see themselves playing at the highest level of their sport."
L.A.'s new women's soccer team is majority women-founded, by some very big names.
As a U.S. TikTok ban looms, its parent company is reportedly considering a sale to mostly U.S. investors.
Spotify is now hosting video podcasts for some shows.
Snap is investigating allegations of sexism and racism within its ranks.
Actress and activist Natalie Portman, gaming entrepreneur Julie Uhrman and venture capitalists Kara Nortman and Alexis Ohanian are just some of the names behind Angel City, L.A.'s new women's soccer team. Read more >>
Snap's second quarter revenues grew 17% year over year, to $454 million.The company is spending more money, primarily to hire for its engineering and monetization teams. Read more >>
The makers of baby food intended to prevent food allergies got a boost this week with a high-profile investment from Mark Cuban. Read more >>
Ten companies. Three months. One Demo Day. But what makes the Techstars L.A. experience so transformative? And how will that translate to the current remote world? We talk with the tech accelerator's managing director. Watch >>
Join us at 11 a.m. Thursday for our next edition of "Female Founders Stories: to Live and Work in L.A." We'll talk with Tea Drops co-founder and CEO Sashee Chandran and Skylar CEO Cat Chen. Register >>