"If you lack the courage to question your own assumptions, you're never going to get there."
dot.LA's Ben Bergman speaks with Anna Barber, managing director of the influential accelerator Techstars LA, about what she looks for in founders.
Now that L.A.-based Ted Sarandos is Netflix's co-CEO, can we officially call it a part of Hollywood?
The White House is reportedly considering making it illegal for companies to provide tech to TIkTok.
SpaceX's crew will head home in early August.
"Yoo bro": The NYT talked with the hackers who took over Twitter accounts this week.
Gaming sales are still booming as the pandemic stretches on.
What Techstars Looks for in Founders
What does it take to be a founder, according to the startup accelerator's managing director? A strong point of view and a willingness to quickly shift and adapt. Read more >>
Carbonated Raises $8.5M
The El Segundo-based gaming studio aims to make mobile gaming a better experience — even when playing with one hand. Read more >>
Catch Up on This Week's Startup News
dot.LA's Kelly O'Grady takes you through the key stories:
* Startups: Techstars LA 2020 Class Launches, Rental App Pocketlist Launches, OpenPath Seeks End of Key Cards
* Media: Peacock Launches Everywhere, 'Going Public' Fuses IPOs & Reality TV
* Investing: Fisker to Go Public, Wavemaker Raises Oversubscribed Round, Fewer L.A. Startup Deals Getting Done