dot.LA asked the region's VCs to identify the top investors under 30. Meet their picks. They include former investment bankers, consultants and entrepreneurs.
SpaceX launched 52 more Starlink satellites into orbit on Saturday.
Snap aims to cut emissions, achieves carbon neutrality in new climate strategy.
Rocket Lab is reviewing its data after a second Electron failure in a year.
Impossible Foods will reach a new generation through U.S. school nutrition programs.
Parler returns to Apple's app store.
Amazon is reportedly in talks to buy MGM.
L.A.-based Aadi Bioscience will go public to raise funds for new cancer treatments.
The California DMV is probing whether Tesla violates state regulations with its self-driving claims.
There is a common credo in tech that one should work 20 years as an operator before switching over to the VC side. The young investors you are about to meet flip that assumption on its head as they bet big on everything from livestream shopping to online therapy services.
The new company will combine streaming services HBO Max and Discovery Plus into a publicly traded parent company that is yet to be named. Together, the new company will control nearly 200,000 hours' worth of programming.
Electric vehicle startup Canoo is under investigation by the United States Securities and Exchange Commission for the SPAC deal that took it public last year, as well as recent company dealings and the departure of several key executives.
The conference is aimed at plugging African American, Latinx and other underrepresented communities into the greater tech ecosystem of founders, angel investors, venture capitalists, tech influencers and industry leaders.
The orange Gatorade cooler is a staple on the bench of nearly every professional sport. But according to Mubarak Malik, the former New York Knicks training director, few athletes actually drink the cooler's offerings.
Southern California is beginning to emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic and new job opportunities in advanced industries, including mobility and transportation, are on the way. dot.LA is partnering with CoMotion to host "Motivate SOCAL," a half-day virtual event, set for May 19, 2021. Register here.