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Parents aren't the only ones concerned about childcare options as the country begins to return to work. About half of the nation's childcare centers have closed. Reporter Rachel Uranga introduces us to L.A. startup WeeCare, and its efforts to help childcare facilities cope.
Traditional pay TV subscriptions posted their worst quarterly result on record. The cord-cutting is expected to hasten in the coming months as sports programming vanishes from television screens.
Join us next Thursday as our "dot.LA Convenes" series will look at ageism in the tech industry.
One nonprofit estimates that new restrictions and financial pressures could eliminate as many as 4.5 million childcare slots nationwide. Since the COVID outbreak, WeeCare has been working with the city of Los Angeles to find daycares for essential workers. Now, it's looking to the greater challenge of assisting daycare and childcare centers. Read more >>
Angel investor and dot..LA co-founder Spencer Rascoff has some suggestions for startups on how branding differs for consumers, business partners and employees. Read more >>
Dorsey's donation will go to the Community Organized Relief Effort (CORE), the non-profit disaster relief group co-founded by actor Sean Penn a decade ago to provide relief to hurricane-ravaged Haiti. Read more updates >>
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Join us 11:00 a.m. PST on Thursday for the next session of dot.LA Convenes, a speaker series devoted to empowering women in tech, in partnership with PledgeLA . We'll focus on age and how ageism uniquely affects women at every stage of our careers. Register here. Space is limited.