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"While we continue to see a lot of opportunities, we have slowed down."

Just 140 startup deals were completed in the second quarter of 2020 in Los Angeles, according to a new report. Senior finance reporter Ben Bergman looks at the trends.

Entrepreneur's 'Going Public' reality show will allow viewers to become deeply — and literally — invested in its characters' creations. Entertainment reporter Sam Blake previews the reality TV fintech vehicle.

Spotify rolls out a new feature displaying the service's top podcasts, like its competitor, Apple Podcasts.

Eleven L.A. pro sports teams have created a new program to support investment and education in communities of color throughout the region.

TikTok is reportedly paying Google Cloud $800M for its services.

What makes TikTok the app for the moment? Stratechery offers an analysis.

Our new series on female founders kicks off Thursday with the CEOs of WeeCare and DropLabs. Join us!

3 Takeaways From Today's Report on VC Dealmaking in LA

We break down what's happening in the region's fundraising, exit and investment activity. Read more >>

'Go Public' Viewers Can Invest in On-Screen Startups

If you've ever watched "Shark Tank" and wished that you could hop in the waters and invest alongside Mark Cuban and Mr. Wonderful, "Going Public" may be just the show for you. Read more >>

Halogen Ventures Launches Diversity Fellowship

The fellowship will focus on gender dynamics and address the lack of equity and diversity in the overwhelmingly white, male world of venture capital. Read more >>

Amazon's New Smart Grocery Cart Will Debut in Woodland Hills

Amazon debuted its new smart shopping cart today, which automatically senses and tallies your grocery shopping items, and makes checkout unnecessary. Read more >>

Join Us for Our First 'Female Founders Stories' Event

Join us at 11a.m. on Thursday, July 16th for our first edition of "Female Founders Stories" with WeeCare co-founder and CEO Jessica Chang and DropLabs CEO Susan Paley. Register here >>

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