"Our data suggests that we exited the recession in May, and we're back to an expansionary period, though the cut was deep."
Companies have made deep cuts and been forced to incorporate new technology into their workflow. We spoke with experts about what's behind Wall Street's recent run.
Snap presented at NewFronts, the digital advertising showcase, for the first time today. They had plenty to pitch.
L.A.-based event company Live Nation is experimenting with drive-in concerts with country star Brad Paisley.
L.A.-based Cake raised $1.4 million to develop a line of lubes and other sex-positive adult products.
We've added a new panelist to Tuesday's strategy session (presented by HelloOffice). TEAMWERC founding partner Jen Nguyen will join representatives from Fifth Wall and HelloOffice to talk about what workplaces might look like in 2021. Join us!
We spoke with two tech focused investors at Evercore about what's driving Wall Street's current run. Their answer: a confluence of trends, ranging from massive stimulus to reduced headcount. Read more and watch >>
Can a dating app focused on moving beyond superficial swiping make it in a city long seen as superficial. S'More (short for Something More) will find out soon. Read s'more >>
NBC's new streaming service Peacock has added Google and Android devices — including Andriod TV and Chromecast — to the apps that will stream its nearly 15,000 hours worth of content beginning July 15. Read more updates >>
Leaders from across U.S. technology industry weighed in on new restrictions on employment-based visas imposed by the president this week. We have a round up >>
Join us Tuesday, June 30th at 11:00 am PST for the next dot.LA Strategy Session in partnership with HelloOffice. After the coronavirus subsides, how much work will stay remote and how will offices adapt? We'll speak with panelists from Fifth Wall and HelloOffice to find out. Read more and register here >>