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Where Scammers See Opportunities in Your Work-From-Home Network

"There's nothing that attackers love more than chaos."

As more employees use their home internet networks for work, bad actors are seeing new opportunities. Senior reporter Tami Abdollah led a roundtable discussion today with security experts on the spate of scams and how users can protect themselves.

There are over 250,000 underused two-car garages in L.A. County, the vast majority of them filled with junk. Senior finance reporter Ben Bergman looks at how one Culver City startup plans to use them to ease the state's housing crunch.

Join us this Thursday at 11:00 a.m. (PST) for our next Startup Pitch Showcase featuring:

🛒Mi Terro - transforming food waste into sustainable packaging
🛒Aptitud- fashion-forward, elite fitness accessories
🛒ettitude - sustainable home essentials using CleanBamboo™ fabrics

Is Your Unused Garage the Answer to L.A.'s Housing Shortage?

Culver City-based United Dwelling aims to help alleviate California's critical housing shortage by helping homeowners turn their garages into stylish studio homes they can rent out to tenants. Today, it announced it's raised $10 million to build more units. Read more >>

How to WFH Without Losing it All

Since the pandemic hit the U.S. hard in March, there has been a 6,000% increase in spam campaigns, with a particular focus around the keywords "COVID-19" and "coronavirus." We talked with security experts on how to avoid getting taken. Read more >>

"You Will Work in this Town Again"

Netflix's new advertising campaign spotlights the faces and names of crew members hurt by Hollywood's shutdown. Read more updates >>

Thursday's Virtual Pitch Showcase Features eCommerce Startups

Join us 11:00 a.m. PST on Thursday for our next virtual pitch showcase featuring three emerging eCommerce startups founded in Southern California. FabFitFun's Michael Broukhim will join angel investor Spencer Rascoff to lead the discussion. Register to attend!

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