dot.LA talked to Southern California's top venture capitalists to find out the hottest startups.
One of them had not even launched when 2020 began. A number doubled or even 16x'd their valuation in the span of a few short months. It's no surprise the pandemic radically altered these companies' value. Today, we published the top Series A startups. Look for dot.LA's seed startup rankings tomorrow.
Google workers form a union.
Slack starts 2021 with an outage.
Jimmy Iovine sells producer catalog to Hipgnosis.
Epic Games' new headquarters will be a former mall.
Foxconn to make electric SUVs with Chinese startup Byton.
Healthcare venture Haven, backed by Amazon, Berkshire and JPMorgan, disbands.
UK judge refuses US extradition of WikiLeaks founder Assange.
Snap is reportedly in talks to invest in India's ShareChat.
SpaceX may soon try to catch a returning rocket on its launch tower.
Chinese electric vehicle maker Xpen will use Lidar to guide its autonomous cars.
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