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"I've always been a believer in the idea that diversity produces better investing outcomes."

A startup providing online therapy tailored to minority populations. A company focused on doing breast milk analysis for new moms. A platform that aims to arm clinicians with data and insights to improve cancer outcomes. Senior finance reporter Ben Bergman looks at the ten startups taking part this year's Techstars L.A.

L.A. bars, gyms and salons are set to shut down again after California imposed new COVID-19 restrictions.

SiriusXM has acquired Stitcher, as consolidation continues in the podcast world.

Los Angeles Apparel, owned by former American Apparel CEO Dov Charney, is shut down after four workers died of coronavirus.

The U.S. considers banning Chinese-owned social app WeChat.

The Democratic and Republican national committees are advising their staffs to delete TikTok.

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

How to Run an Accelerator During a Pandemic

How do you run a startup accelerator during a pandemic? We take a look at what coronavirus will mean for this year's Techstars program. Read more >>

Fisker to Go Public

Electric car startup Fisker is set to go public through a merger. It's hoping to begin producing its first vehicle by 2022. Read more >>

AI Trailblazer Rana el Kaliouby On Defying Expectations

An Egyptian-American scientist, innovator, author and CEO, el Kaliouby co-founded the artificial intelligence company Affectiva, and has pioneered digital software she says can read and analyze human emotion in real time. Hear her story >>

Apple Allocates $400M to Affordable Housing in California

Apple announced today that it has allocated its first $400 million toward addressing California's housing crisis. 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." Next week we'll welcome WeeCare co-founder and CEO Jessica Chang and DropLabs CEO Susan Paley. Register here >>

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