"The options are almost limitless with hybrid workplace variations, which causes confusion. Many are waiting to see what everyone else does."
Companies made remote working the norm in 2020. So what should you expect as COVID rates decrease and offices reopen? We look at the tricky balance offices are striking to entice employees back while keeping them safe.
The new Discovery-WarnerMedia company gets a name.
SpaceX may launch rockets from an ocean spaceport as soon as next year.
The U.S. military's interest in SpaceX's Starship is growing.
Inside TikTok's effort to open doors for its Black rising stars.
Gridware raises a $5.3 million seed round for its tech to eliminate suburban wildfires.
Zoom reports blowout earnings but warns of a coming slowdown.
Advanced Micro Devices confirms it's powering the gaming rig inside Tesla's Model S and Model X.
Disney hit with sexual orientation discrimination suit on first day of Pride month.
While many parts of life return to normal, it's clear the workplace will be altered for a long time to come. Companies like Snap Inc. have recently pushed back reopening plans and many are still in a wait-and-see mode as they juggle conflicting regulations and employee morale.
Santa Monica-based Red 6 has raised $30 million to develop an augmented reality-based military training system with the U.S. Air Force in which pilots can evaluate "synthetic" threats in the skies.
The Fika Accelerator is a new 120-hour program for low-income students that aims to help them build a network, gain valuable job skills and begin work at L.A.'s top companies.
Alpha Edison founder and managing partner Nick Grouf is an ardent believer that venture capitalism has become very reactive, and competitive. He studies sector vulnerabilities to give his fund the best shot at success. Hear his interview on the L.A. Venture podcast.