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Top talent has also widened their search parameters, seemingly more open to a broader array of roles, industries, locations — even lower salaries. What they seem less flexible about, however, is stability. Reporter Sam Blake looks at what that could mean for startups.
Info security mogul John McAfee is arrested for alleged tax evasion.
Instagram begins labeling posts from state-controlled media accounts.
A former Chinese government official reportedly ran TikTok's content policies.
Triller denies it inflated its user numbers.
Regal Cinemas announces it will temporarily close theaters nationwide.
NFL games are coming to Amazon Prime and Twitch.
The dot.LA Summit is coming in October, featuring cutting-edge programming, fast-pitch competitions, networking, workshops, social events and a live awards show. See the
speakers list and register here!
A new report finds that job seekers are looking to work at large, established firms and moving away from early-stage companies amid the pandemic. Read more >>
What began as a project to preserve the experiences of Holocaust survivors is now expanding to include a range of historical figures — and everyday heroes. Read more >>
Last week was busy — very busy. No doubt you might have missed a couple headlines. dot.LA's Kelly O'Grady takes you through the top stories for L.A.'s tech and startup world. Watch her recap here >>
- Tech workers move to L.A. to escape expensive NYC & SF, and move out of L.A.
- CortoAI uses Hollywood script analysis tool to analyze the debate
- UCLA's economic forecast for the U.S. is in — and it's better than you might think
- Big data firm Palantir goes public
- Disney Lays Off 28,000 at U.S. Theme Parks
On Thursday, October 8, dotLA and Techstars LA are teaming up to bring the signature event capping the annual Techstars LA class. Same great startups, community building and networking - just virtual this year. It's free! Watch it here >>
We are thrilled to announce the first dot.LA Startup Awards 2020, a celebration of the most innovative people and companies in the L.A. startup and tech community, on Wednesday, October 28th. See the award categories and nominate companies >>
The inaugural dot.LA Summit on October 27th and 28th will feature a selection of disruptive and innovative L.A.-based startups, keynote speakers and panelists, made up of founder CEOs and C-level executives working in tech, media, entertainment and healthcare. See the growing speaker list and register here!