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Daily LA: Every Angeleno eligible for free COVID-19 test, Juul laying off 900, Lyft lays off 1000, Chegg got hacked

Every resident of Los Angeles will be eligible for a free coronavirus test, regardless of symptoms, at testing sites that have been set up throughout the area, Mayor Garcetti announced Wednesday. Here’s your Daily LA for April 29, 2020 Happening in...

Daily LA: Uber CTO is leaving, Scopely acquires Scrabble Go, Coronavirus vaccine could be ready by this fall

U.S. coronavirus-related deaths reached a somber milestone on Tuesday, surpassing the number of Americans killed in the Vietnam War. More than 58,300 Americans have died from COVID-19, according to a tally kept by Johns Hopkins University. That compares with...

Daily LA: TikTok launches Donation Stickers, L.A. Mayor Garcetti expands COVID-19 testing

Starting Tuesday, those over the age of 65, as well as those between ages 60 to 64 with pre-existing medical conditions, can call 213-263-5226 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. or visit the city’s site to enroll in free meal deliveries....

Zenkit ‘To Do’ Fills The Gap Left by Wunderlist as it Closes on May 6th, 2020

6th April 2020 - Karlsruhe, Germany: Wunderlist's imminent shutdown has left many users worried about what to do with their data, and dissatisfied with many of the alternatives. Zenkit To Do was created with the intention to give Wunderlist...

Daily LA: Foursquare Merges With Factual, Verizon is canceling home internet installations during the pandemic

Colleges and universities in all 50 states are closing in a race to stop the spread of coronavirus. While the closures have created chaos for students, they've also made empty dorm rooms available as quarantine spaces for people with...

Daily LA: Quibi Launches its Mobile Streaming Service, Startups Will be Eligible for Stimulus Loans, AngelList Lays Off 40%

How to Spot an SBA Loan Scam. If you receive any calls, emails, or other communications claiming to be from the Treasury Department or the SBA offering you grants or stimulus payments in exchange for personal financial information, do not...

Daily LA: LA Startups Launch Effort To Buy N-95s For Local Hospitals, HopSkipDrive laid off 10%, FDA Loosens Restrictions On Gay Blood Donors

The federal government relaxed restrictions on receiving blood donations from gay men and other groups as the country confronts a severe drop in the U.S. blood supply that officials described as urgent and unprecedented. Read on. Here’s your Daily LA...

Daily LA: Amazon Warehouse Worker Tests Positive, SteadyMD Raise $6M, Pinterest CEO Launch a Self-Reporting COVID-19 Tracking App

The FCC has developed and approved a $200 million program to fund telehealth services and devices for medical providers ... read here Here’s your Daily LA for April 2, 2020. Happening in LA As Layoffs Continue, L.A.’s Hotel Workers Are in Crisis Twenty-two...

Daily LA: PeerStreet Lays Off 50, Bill Gates calls for nationwide shutdown, Mayor Garcetti tells Angelenos to wear homemade masks

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti urged Angelenos to make their own face masks to wear in public on Wednesday, following similar guidance from Gov. Gavin Newsom and county health officials. Here’s your Daily LA for April 1, 2020. Happening in LA The...

Daily LA: California Prisons Will Release 3,500 Inmates Early, Marriott Got Hacked 5.2M Guest Records Stolen, Rover.com Lays Off 41%

Eat out more. Buy gift cards from your local restaurants to give them some much-needed cash flow right now—and help them help a worthy cause while you’re at it. Here’s your Daily LA for March 31, 2020. Happening in LA Los Angeles-based...

Daily LA: ZipRecruiter Lays Off 40%, Apple releases new COVID-19 app, Instagram’s New Co-Watching Feature

Here’s your Daily LA for March 30, 2020. Happening in LA U.S. Navy ship Mercy docks in Port of L.A., becoming largest hospital in the city amid a pandemic A U.S. Navy hospital ship arrived at the Port of Los Angeles Friday,...

Daily LA: Bird lays off 30%, L.A. Clippers Owner Donates $25M

The coronavirus outbreak is taking a deep toll on the U.S. economy, prompting hundreds of layoffs over the past week alone and halting a historic 11-year bull market in stocks. Here’s your Daily LA for March 27, 2020. Happening in LA Bird...

Daily LA: Most Downloaded Social Video Apps, L.A. County’s COVID-19 Death Toll Now Stands at 21

Welcome to the first edition of our Daily LA - a bite-sized daily recap of happenings around Los Angeles, the web, and the World. Here’s your Daily LA for March 26, 2020. Happening in LA Xencor Licenses Antibody Technology To Vir Biotechnology...

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