dot.LA asked dozens of partners and top level investors how they were feeling about the startup world and the larger economy at the end of a tumultuous year.
The survey found a considerable amount of optimism, especially considering that coronavirus hospitalizations and deaths continue to skyrocket in California and the U.S. Senior Reporter Ben Bergman explains.
HBO Max comes to Roku starting tomorrow.
Twitter will start removing COVID-19 vaccine misinformation next week.
Alabama Amazon workers get a chance to unionize.
Amazon has stopped guaranteeing some holiday shipping options.
Facebook jumps into 'Fortnite' maker's dispute with Apple.
Ten states sue Google, alleging it had a deal with Facebook to rig the ad market.
You can now watch HBOMax on the PS5.
Facebook is creating an AI tool to summarize news articles.
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Funded by PepsiCo, the 12-week program is aimed at founders and entrepreneurs with backgrounds in food, nutrition or consumer products. Read more>>