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"George had a vision of a cloud-centric world and the need for a cloud-native cyber platform."
The blistering performance of Crowdstrike run by George Kurtz is a big win for Santa Monica's March Capital. Senior Reporter Ben Bergman talked with the fund's founder about how VCs can score big returns even if only a single company in their portfolio scores a home run.
The Justice Department accuses Facebook of discriminating against U.S. workers.
Aespected Google researcher says she was fired for criticizing its approach to minority hiring, bias in AI.
NASA picks four companies to mine specimen on the moon.
Warner Bros CEO on why the company decided to release all its films on HBO Max.
Hillary and Chelsea Clinton will host a new docuseries on Apple TV+.
RavnX autonomous rocket for small satellites is unveiled.
Facebook's virtual reality practices have reportedly attracted attention from the DOJ.
U.S. Labor Board accuses Google of tracking workers and discouraging organizing.
The move comes after dot.LA reported in October that the mutual fund giant has marked down the value of its Bird investment by 17% since the beginning of the year. Read more>>
CrowdStrike shares surged more than 13% Thursday, a big win for March Capital, the Santa Monica venture firm focusing on enterprise software. Read more >>
As the pandemic continues to reshape Hollywood, the AT&T-owned studio announced its 17-film slate, including "Mortal Kombat," "The Suicide Squad" and "Matrix 4," will be available on the streaming platform exclusively for one month. Read more>>
VC legend Bill Gurley talks with dot.LA co-founder and Office Hours host Spencer Rascoff about marketplace-based companies, how work-from-home will accelerate business opportunity and why startups should pick up the phone when a big company calls with interest to acquire. Read more and listen here>>
Join us Wednesday, December 16th at 11:00 a.m. PT for the closing Strategy Session of the year as we reflect on L.A.'s emerging tech trends, challenges and predictions for 2021.
Upfront Managing Partner Mark Suster and dot.LA Senior Finance Reporter Ben Bergman will kick off the event with a one-on-one conversation. More speakers to be announced. Register here - space is limited.