We held our fifth startup pitch showcase Thursday, introducing three Southern California-based real estate companies, HomeOpenly, VHomes and JoyHub. You can watch the full session here.
Wired takes a look at the prolific subculture of TikTok creators in prison.
Walmart is partnering with the folks behind the Tribeca Film Festival to turn their store parking lots into drive-in theaters.
California is suing Cisco Systems for alleged employee discrimination based on India's caste system.
Virgin Galactic will show off the interior of its spacecraft later this month by livestream
Watch: 3 Real Estate Startups Pitch Investors
Today's virtual pitch showcase introduced three emerging real estate startups founded in Southern California. They presented their concepts to Brad Inman —founder of Inman, the leading real estate news source — and Spencer Rascoff, co-founder of Zillow and dot.LA. Watch the event here >>
Amazon Pushes Off Prime Day... Again
Amazon is once again postponing the company's annual sales event due to the coronavirus. Amazon informed sellers of the delay this week, according to media reports. Read more >>
Which Tech Workers Send Money Home
A new survey by anonymous social network TeamBlind looks at techworkers demographics to determine who sends money home, and how much. Read more >>
Catch Up On This Week's Startup News
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 Bund 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