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

The L.A. tech and startup community was active as ever this week. dot.LA chief host and correspondent Kelly O'Grady takes you through the key stories:

  • You Can Now Order Dodger Stadium Food Straight to Your Couch
  • Vehicle Maker Karma Seeks to Go Public Amidst Electric Car Frenzy
  • Can Niche Streaming Services Survive?
  • TikTok Announces Creator Fund & Increased Transparency
  • Density Raises $51M to Aid Social Distancing


    Weekly Recap: Electric Car-Maker Karma Seeks to Go Public, Streaming Wars Update, TikTok Swings Big www.youtube.com


      Watch to stay smart on what is happening, and follow us on Instagram for daily video content.

      Subscribe to our newsletter to catch every headline.

      What's going on with L.A.'s tech and startup community? A lot! dot.LA chief host and correspondent Kelly O'Grady takes you through the key points of the top five headlines. Don't miss out on the essential news you need to know:

      • TikTok Faces Uncertainty from Both U.S. and China on Deal with Oracle
      • GoodRx Shares Soar 50% on Wall Street Debut
      • Have a Look Inside Amazon's First 'Smart' Grocery Store
      • Leonardo DiCaprio Joins LA Venture Fund Struck Capital as Limited Partner
      • GOAT's $100M Raise Fuels its Trendsetter Ambitions in a Casual Era of Ecommerce
      Read more Show less

      You'll soon be able to take a rapid COVID-19 test before boarding a plane at Los Angeles International Airport.

      Two design companies — one known for transforming shipping containers into pop-up businesses and homes, another that focuses on an eco-friendly approach to architecture — will erect modular COVID testing center at LAX by Nov. 1. New Jersey-based Clarity Labs will eventually staff those sites with technicians.

      Read more Show less

      It's never been a better time to "murder your thirst."

      Seven months after raising more than $9 million in Series A funding, Santa Monica-based canned water startup Liquid Death has raised $23 million in Series B funding.

      The round was led by an unnamed consumer-focused family office and participated in by Convivialité Ventures, Fat Mike (NOFX), Pat McAfee, existing investor in Velvet Sea Ventures and others.

      Read more Show less
      RELATEDEDITOR'S PICKS

      Trending