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Delivery Apps Are Forcing L.A. Restaurants to Adjust to a Take-Out World—or Risk Starvation

As technology turns ordering in into the new dining out, many local restaurateurs are slinging food from "ghost kitchens" throughout the city

Matchmakers Are Doing a Brisk Business Pairing Silicon Valley CEOs with L.A. Ladies

In search of women with "internal and external beauty," rich tech Bay Area geeks are looking south
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Video Game and Tech Company Workers Are Turning to Unions for Labor Protection

An industry known for “crunch times” and toxic workplaces is the latest to see a wave of organizing activity
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Elon Musk Has Quietly Been Buying Up an Entire Cul-de-Sac in Bel-Air for Years

The Tesla billionaire claims to be cash poor, but he sure is rich in L.A. real estate
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A Jury Decided Elon Musk’s “Pedo Guy” Tweet Wasn’t Defamation

The Tesla billionaire says his ”faith in humanity is restored”
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A Game-Changing Electric Mustang and More to See at the L.A. Auto Show

Under pressure to lower emissions, automakers are rollin' out the EVs at the L.A. Convention Center this weekend
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What’s Apple’s Streaming Strategy? Think of It as Content as Catnip

With the launch of Apple TV+, the tech giant is using pricey shows with big stars to get consumers hooked on the Apple TV app
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Hackers Reportedly Got Ahold of People’s Disney+ Log-Ins Almost Instantly

Locked out of their accounts, some subscribers have reported long waits to reach customer service
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How Letterboxd Is Trying to Get an Edge Over Other Movie Apps

The film database-slash-social network now knows what's streaming where
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James Dean to Suffer CGI Resurrection in Upcoming Movie—and Everyone Hates the Idea

"There are cheaper ways to get to the uncanny valley if you really want to go there"