"Tech has now become the bedrock of Los Angeles."
With over 800K feet of office space in development, Netflix will soon lay claim to nearly as big a footprint in Los Angeles as Disney. Google is not far behind.
Over the past several months, Outer founder Jiake Liu has enrolled some of L.A.'s best-known startups to help in the logistical effort of distributing masks to hospitals. Now, SoCal Tech For Hospitals is expanding its mission. Rachel Uranga reports.
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Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix and Alphabet (plus Hulu) – will occupy nearly six million square feet of office space on the westside by 2023, gobbling up 10% of all commercial real estate there. Read more >>
SoCal Tech for Hospitals started in early March with the goal of raising $60K to purchase masks for hospitals facing shortages. With $200K raised, the company is retooling to do good beyond the coronavirus crisis. Read more >>
Elon Musk's most recent Twitter rant prompted some notable responses from California Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin. Read more updates >>
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