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One of L.A.'s most prominent VCs has become obsessed with COVID, has a terrible memory and is very good at raising money and hyping brands. Senior Reporter Ben Bergman has a fascinating profile of Pham, who was born in a refugee camp and just help launch a $310.5 million SPAC.
Sony is developing a new VR system for PlayStation.
Lucid Motors CEO says it aims to launch a Tesla Model 3 rival in 2024 or 2025.
Reddit posts are driving Tesla shares more than fundamentals, a Barclays study finds.
Square buys $170 million worth of Bitcoin.
With billions spent and 'wartime' declared, why are vaccines still in short supply?
Key Amazon exec Jeff Blackburn leaves, hints at new role elsewhere.
There's a hidden message in the parachute of NASA's Mars rover.
Starlink will hit 300Mbps and expand to "most of Earth" this year.
SpaceX's reported $850M raise is confirmed in new SEC filings.
Disney Plus launches Star channel for international subscribers.
One of L.A.'s most prominent early-stage investors' COVID obsessions have bristled some in the elite investing world, but he likely doesn't remember. Read more>>
Robots could soon take on the tasks of farmworkers harvesting the nation's food. Santa Monica-based Future Acres, an agriculture tech startup, unveiled its first prototype on Tuesday — a robot named Carry. Read more>>
Air taxis traveling 150 mph and quietly ferrying passengers up to 60 miles over the sunny skies of Los Angeles could become a reality in three years. Read more>>
Even though most of Snap's potential advertisers have no clue how to use Snapchat, the company forecasts multiple years of 50% revenue growth. Read more>>
Brex is upending the corporate credit card and cash management system. Founder and Co-CEO Henrique Dubugras has migrated from the Bay Area to Beverly Hills. Join us tomorrow at 11:00am PT for a fireside chat with Dubugras, hosted by dot.LA co-Founder and Executive Chairman Spencer Rascoff.
Our next startup pitch showcase on Thursday, March 4, 2020 at 11:00 a.m. PT celebrates female founders. We're looking for female-founded SoCal startups in any sector. Submissions will be evaluated on a rolling basis.