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Female Founders on How They Built Their Companies in LA

"People are looking to female entrepreneurs as [being] adaptable and agile. They know how to go over hurdles."

dot.LA's Kelly O'Grady talks with two founders about opportunities for women entrepreneurs in L.A.

A little while back, we caught up L.A. gaming troupe FaZe Clan about their next move. Today, their president announced he's departed to start another gaming group called XSET, with the aim of bringing more inclusivity into competitive gaming.

HBO Max is working on a TV series based on the relaxation app, Calm.

Ted Sarandos is now co-CEO of Netflix.

Facebook will tie VP performance reviews to building a more diverse team.

Snap's taking applications for its 'Yellow Collab' developer program.

TikTok is rolling out a program to counter disinformation on its platform.

WeeCare and DropLabs on How They Got Started

WeeCare co-founder Jessica Chang and DropLabs founder Susan Paley joined us for our first "Female Founders Stories" event to talk about how they drew inspiration for their companies. Watch here >>

Openpath Raises $36 Million

The L.A-based security company is trying to make keycards a thing of the past. Read more >>

Jukin Media Gets a New Co-CEO

User-generated content platform Jukin Media has promoted its former president and chief operating officer, Lee Essner, to co-chief executive officer. Read more >>

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