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"Nobody had any data as to what kind of support or what kind of demand there would be during the pandemic."

As restaurants revamp and rethink their business models around takeaway and pickup, reporter Rachel Uranga takes a look at an alternative to delivery apps that's growing rapidly in Playa Vista.

The Oscars have been postponed and the window for eligible films has been expanded.

L.A. Congressman Jimmy Gomez is looking to limit police use of facial recognition technology.

Senator Josh Hawley is reportedly preparing legislation that would scale back some protections for social media sites that sell ads based on users' behavior.

The cofounder of FlowPlay gaming has six predictions about how his industry will change as a result of the coronavirus.

Anaheim's 'Star Wars Convention' slated for August has been canceled.

Tech employees donated generously to the Black Lives Matter Foundation, which is apparently run by a single individual in Santa Clarita and is unaffiliated to the movement.

ChowNow Seizes Its Moment

As food delivery apps stumble, services such as ChowNow are seeing a surge in new business from restaurants hoping to cut their costs and control their digital front door. But can they reach the hungry masses without the same network? Read more >>

L.A. Seed Rounds Are Getting Larger

In the first quarter of this year, 19 Los Angeles startups raised seed rounds of more than $2.5 million. The average seed round raised was $4 million. Read more

How Amazon Ran Afoul of California

Regulators in California (as well as Washington state and Europe) are reportedly homing in on Amazon amid reports that the company uses its colossal size to compete directly with third-party retailers. Is the company too powerful to escape regulatory oversight? Read more >>

Join us for Roundtable on Increasing Diversity in Tech

Join us at 11 a.m. Thursday for a virtual roundtable on increasing diversity in the workplace. We'll look at concrete steps the L.A. tech and startup community can take to break down racial barriers to jobs and capital. Register here >>

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