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This year is on track to record the sharpest drop in investment in female-led startups in nearly a decade.

The dismal investment picture for Los Angeles-based startups shows that years of gains may be halted. Reporter Francesca Billington looks at the early data.

SpaceX unmanned test flight fails on landing.

U.S. and states say Facebook illegally crushed competition.

DoorDash closes up 85% on Wall Street debut.

Airbnb prices IPO at $68 a share.

8 companies owned by Gov. Newsom reportedly received millions in PPP funds.

Twitch tightens its harassment policies.

Blue Origin rolls out its plan to get to the moon for NASA.

Netflix & CBS All Access unveil new parental controls.

YouTube will remove videos disputing election results.

Connecting SoCal's Regional Tech Communities 

Launched three years ago, The Alliance for Southern California Innovation wants to build hub for technology that can rival Silicon Valley. Read more>>

2020 Set Female Founders in LA Back

The pandemic has paused a substantial amount of venture activity for women entrepreneurs in Los Angeles. This year is on track to record the sharpest drop in investment in female-led startups in nearly a decade. Read more >>

Why Rivonia Road Capital Focuses on 'Venture Credit'

Dan Zinn, co-founder of Rivonia Road Capital, tells the L.A. Venture podcast why the firm offers free advice, how it bridges the capital gap for venture-backed firms and what companies he's interested in. Read more >>

Strategy Session: 2020 Year in Review 

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. Register here - space is limited.

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