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"I think at least 70 to 75% of all employees will be adopting the hybrid model."

How will the pandemic reshape work life? Senior finance reporter Ben Bergman hosted a discussion with three experts on how they're preparing.

Washington State's public health officials fact-check Elon Musk's recent tweets about COVID-19's growth.

Netflix will shift up to $100 million in assets to banks that focus on lending to Black communities.

SpaceX grows its fleet of reused Falcon 9 rockets after today's successful launch.

A new VC, The Venture Collective, launched out of London and New York today, is focused on providing more capital to underrepresented founders.

Paramount hires a new president for its motion picture group.

We've added a new company to take part in Thursday's Startup Pitch Showcase: JoyHub. Read more about them here, and sign up to join us!

How the Pandemic Will Shift How We Work

Offices are likely to get bigger, not smaller. Major cities could hollow out. And more people will work remotely. Those are some of the takeaways from dot.LA's latest virtual strategy session. Read our summary and watch the event >>

Elementary Robotics Gets ​$12.7M Series A

One of Los Angeles' top robotics startups announced Tuesday it has raised $12.7 million to automate day-to-day repetitive tasks. Read more >>

A Different Spin on News Aggregation

Newsology, a news aggregator app based in L.A., is betting that its new spin on news feeds curated around people's professions will intrigue enough users to help it compete with the Silicon Valley giants. Read more.>>

Amazon's Gaming Reset

Little more than a month after a much-hyped entry into big-budget video games, Amazon is pulling "Crucible," its first foray into gaming, back into closed beta. Read more >>

Our Next Startup Pitch Showcase: Real Estate Tech

Our next startup pitch showcase is coming up at 11:00 a.m. PST on Thursday. Leading real estate news source Inman's founder Brad Inman will join us, along with Zillow and dot.LA co-founder Spencer Rascoff. Register to watch here

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