Subscribe to our newsletter to catch every headline.

Five Tips for Female Founders Looking for Investment

"There aren't enough opportunities for female founders to get in front of a whole variety of other people."

Even as women gain ground in venture capital, the funding gap remains broad. Female investors and founders offer tips for women entrepreneurs raising money.

TikTok owner ByteDance hires Xiaomi executive as CFO while it weighs IPO.

YouTuber MrBeast launches $2 million fund to invest in up-and-coming creators.

Zuckerberg calls for changes to tech's Section 230 protections.

The SEC is investigating major tech investor Softbank.

Investors in Airbnb, TikTok and Snap join forces to fight anti-Asian hate.

Soylent launches in Walgreens and debuts new format.

'You can now buy a Tesla with Bitcoin,' CEO Elon Musk says. raises $300M as investors find other ways into Bitcoin.

Issa Rae inks eight-figure film and TV deal with WarnerMedia.

Slack says letting anyone message anyone with few limits was 'a mistake.'

Facebook and Amazon unleash spending, vault to the top of U.S. lobbying.

What Female Founders and Investors Need to Know About Fundraising 

Women founders looking for investors need to know their markets, their value proposition and build their network. That's some of the advice that female founders and investors offered. Read more and watch here>>

This Startup Made a VR Experience to Reduce Chronic Pain

AppliedVR's products use virtual reality to take patients through mental exercises that help them cope. It's an option that could appeal, especially for those seeking alternatives to heavy drugs. Read more>>

Shared Vacation Home Platform Pacaso Joins the Unicorn Club

Pacaso, a platform facilitating fractional ownership in second homes will join the unicorn club, making it one of the fastest companies ever to reach a $1 billion valuation. Read more>>

Save the Date for dot.LA's 2021 'Intersect' Entertainment Tech Summit

The line between tech and entertainment companies has never been thinner. Top Hollywood players are becoming software behemoths, major tech firms are tripling down on their content investments and a number of startups are finding new ways to blend the two worlds. From the very heart of this convergence between tech, media and entertainment in Los Angeles, we're launching "Intersect," a first-of-its-kind summit, held live virtually on Wednesday, April 28.

Early Access - Register here!

© dot.LA All rights reserved.