"We know a lot of Tesla owners, they feel like 'it's my Silicon Valley Camry', right? I mean everybody else has got one, so they're looking for something else."
Luxury electric car company Karma is in talks with investment banks to help it go public. dot.LA reporter Rachel Uranga broke the news and spoke with execs about how they plan to do it.
Tinder has a new CEO.
SpaceX's Crew Dragon will likely head home this week, weather permitting.
Google employees will be working from home until at least next summer.
Jeff Bezos, Tim Cook, Mark Zuckerberg and Sundar Pichai will testify before Congress on Wednesday.
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