Dating — whether online or IRL — is hard enough in Los Angeles. In a city so spread out, many romances face an uphill battle. Even a Hollywood-Santa Monica relationship can often fall into the long-distance category. Add the pandemic on top of it all, and L.A. singles are in a tricky spot. Many people have long been skeptical that online dating can be a way to find a real relationship. But with everything going virtual these days, there is little choice for those looking for love.

Adam Cohen-Aslatei thinks he can help you find "something more."

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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 points of the top five headlines:

  • Green Rush: The Incredible Rise and Fall of L.A.'s Genius Fund
  • President Trump Signs Order Banning TikTok Unless it Sells to U.S. Company
  • Curative Inc is Bringing COVID-19 Test Kiosks to L.A.
  • dot.LA x Pitchbook: L.A.'s 50 Hottest Startups - Who Made It?
  • Investing Round-Up: Syntiant, GoodRx and Studio Alive Ventures
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The health and wellness market has boomed in recent years as more consumers become conscious of how the choices they make in everyday life impact their long-term health. The industry has done particularly well in Los Angeles, where juice bars and supplement companies pop up regularly. But how do you differentiate yourself in a market where companies promise consumers the world?

According to one CEO, the answer is data.

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