"Be you. Be flexible. Soften. Grow. That's the only thing that has ever worked."
Elon Musk's satellite internet project is too risky, rivals say.
Bespoke Financial raises $8m for its cannabis lending platform.
Apple confirms it will allow Parler to return to App Store.
Watch the first footage of a helicopter on Mars.
Startups are poaching Facebook, Google execs.
Facebook pushes into audio to compete with Clubhouse and Twitter.
U.S. agencies probe fatal Tesla crash believed to be driverless.
UCLA-led team wins $7.5 million prize for technology that turns carbon dioxide into concrete.
Facebook expands its partnership with Spotify.
From helping save beehives to healing the human body, some of L.A.'s most innovative companies are helmed by female founders. Who stands above the pack? We asked the region's top VCs participating in our recent dot.LA sentiment survey to weigh in.
With ArcLight Cinemas closing its doors for good, could the Cinerama Dome get picked up by Netflix or another streaming service? Contributing reporter JP Mangalindan looks at its options.
Netflix has never been better off financially—it's set to break even in 2021. But can it keep up the furious pace as its staggering debt comes due? Reporter Sam Blake tells us what analysts expect from Tuesday's earnings call.
Gen Z would rather scroll through social media, play video games and stream music than watch TV or catch a film, a new report shows. That's a remarkable shift from earlier generations – who still prefer to kick back and watch a screen.
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.
Guest judges and advisors from the venture capital community will be announced soon. Contact Annie@dot.LA with any questions.