"California will lead the whole U.S. market towards electrification."
Los Angeles is home to the largest set of electric vehicle chargers in the U.S., and the Biden administration's new infrastructure plan could bolster the city's efforts to bring 15,000 more in the coming years. But there are roadblocks to Los Angeles' electric future. Reporter Breanna De Vera has the story.
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Real estate coach Tom Ferry talks with Office Hours podcast about his career trajectory from sales at his dad's company to coaching phenom, the single biggest pitfall for work performance and his take on California's business climate. Read more and listen here>>
We're looking for Southern California startups in the media, entertainment and gaming industries that have a product on the market and have raised less than $1 million in funding. We want your thoughts on the most promising, innovative, forward-thinking startups in these sectors to pitch at dot.LA's inaugural media summit.
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