Watch: The Week in Review - Musso & Frank Fallout, VC Check Writing, Pandemic Pivot
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Relativity Space, the Long Beach 3D-printed rocket maker, has unveiled plans to create a fully reusable rocket.
"It's the same architecture, the same propellant, the same factory, the same 3D printers, the same avionics and the same team," Ellis told the outlet.
- Relativity Space CEO Tim Ellis On 3-D Printing Rockets - dot.LA ›
- Relativity Space Soars, Lands $500M Investment - dot.LA ›
- Relativity Space CEO: 20K Satellites Will Launch in the Next Five ... ›
- Relativity Space CEO Tim Ellis Speaks with Spencer Rascoff - dot.LA ›
Nearly a year into the worst pandemic in a century, Los Angeles companies expecting to snap up office space on the cheap may be disappointed.
L.A. office rents have held steady or even gotten pricier since COVID, even as more space has become available as most employees continue to work from home.
"I honestly thought rents would have dropped by now," said Michael Soto, research director at the brokerage Savills Inc. "For a lot of tenants, they are still seeing a bit of sticker shock that prices haven't dropped yet."
- Is Working remotely Here to Stay And Is It For Everyone? - dot.LA ›
- Netflix and Google Will Dominate L.A. After the Pandemic - dot.LA ›
- The Future of Real Estate: Bigger Offices and Smaller Chains - dot.LA ›
- Los Angeles Could Be What Real Estate Looks Like Post-COVID ... ›
On today's episode of Office Hours, I'm excited for you to get to know Austin Allison, my co-founder and CEO of our company, Pacaso.
Birds were the first dwellers Austin served with his boyhood bird-house business. Now, with Pacaso, our goal is to democratize second-home ownership by enabling people to co-own an amazing second home --- for 1/8 the cost.
Hear his take on what it meant to have his first company acquired, his number one tip on how to keep his crew focused and how to best navigate what seems like weekly iterations of the start-up environment.
- Proptech Startup Pacaso Raises $17M to Make it Easier to Own a ... ›
- Daina Trout, Health-Ade Kombucha CEO, on How to Pivot - dot.LA ›
- Office Hours Podcast: Bill Gurley On Startups, Venture Capital and ... ›