Catch Up With This Week's Startup News in Our Weekly Video Recap

Lots happened in the L.A. tech and startup community this week. In a rundown of the top headlines, Chief Host and Correspondent Kelly O'Grady takes you through the key stories:

  • President Trump's Executive Social Media Order Could Mean Trouble for Snap, TikTok
  • Startups: Furniture Rental Servie Fernish Raises $10M Series A, Bird Could Thrive Post-COVID
  • Media: HBO Max Launches, Esports Giant FaZe Clan Plans Expansion
  • dot.LA Convenes -- Challenges Women Face with Confidence in a Virtual World


    dot.LA Weekly Recap: Exec Order May Hurt Snap & TikTok, Bird Trending Up, FaZe Clan Surges Ahead www.youtube.com

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    Amazon is once again postponing Prime Day, the company's annual sales event, due to the coronavirus. Amazon informed sellers of the delay this week, according to reports from Business Insider and CNBC.

    Amazon is tentatively targeting the week of Oct. 5 for the holiday.

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    Lots happened in the L.A. tech and startup community this week. dot.LA chief host and correspondent Kelly O'Grady takes you through the key stories:

    • Investing: Elementary Robotics Raises $12.7M in Series A, MarsBio Fund Aims to Get Local Biotech Startups to Stay in L.A.
    • Media: Newsology Seeks to Change News Feeds Based on Work Interest, Event Hub Brings Vendor Booths to Virtual Concerts
    • Remote Work: GitLab's Secret to Success, How Office Life Will Change After the Pandemic with HelloOffice

    Weekly Recap: L.A. Bets on Biotech, Newsology Takes On Silicon Valley and the Secrets to Remote Work www.youtube.com


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    Asian, Black and LatinX tech professionals are more likely to send money to their families than their white counterparts, according to a study by TeamBlind, an anonymous social network of verified employees. The company looked at tech workers' financial obligations and how they spent.

    The survey received 2,586 responses from June 25 through June 30 and asked three key questions: 1) Do you send money to your family; 2) As a percentage, how much of your annual salary do you send to your family?; 3) If you send money to your family, do you still have enough money for yourself?

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