Henry Meier

Reporter (Deals & Dealmakers)

Email: hmeier@labusinessjournal.com
Phone: 323-549-5225 Extension: 221

Recent Stories

Financial Firm Puts Money on Securities Acquisition

West L.A.’s B. Riley Financial Inc. has purchased Wunderlich Securities for $67 million in cash and stock options.

Orbiting Stars

INVESTMENT: Celeb clients can be tough acts to manage.

Wealth managers for entertainment industry clients say their oversight role can wax and wane.

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Soon-Shiong Plans Nant IPO

BIOTECH: Venture would roll up several pharma units.

Patrick Soon-Shiong will continue to nurse his presence in the sector by forming the NantBio entity.

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Comics Titan Inks Deal To Power Up in China

ENTERTAINMENT: Sale to Camsing may ease financial issues for Stan Lee’s Pow.

Camsing’s deal for comic-book legend Stan Lee’s Pow could punch up production.

Firm’s Feast of Deals Includes Pickup of Importer

FOOD: Corridor Capital’s second attempt to swallow Indo-European successful.

Corridor Capital has been keeping busy.

Billionaires Bloom in Big Year

The Wealthiest Angelenos were enriched at a healthier rate than all U.S. households in 2016.

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NantHealth President Robert Watson Steps Down

NantHealth Inc. announced Monday that President Robert Watson will step down and become a consultant for the company.

Stan Lee’s Pow! Entertainment Snared by Hong Kong Firm for $11.5 Million

Hong Kong’s Camsing International Holding Ltd. proposed Friday to acquire Stan Lee’s Pow! Entertainment Inc. for $11.5 million.

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Movers for Week Ending May 5, 2017

Long Beach’s Molina Healthcare Inc. was the week’s biggest gainer after firing two top executives, jumping 33.4 percent to close at $66.43. Carson-based aerospace components maker Ducommun Inc. also had a big week, rising 17.3 percent to close at $34.46. Westwood’s Puma Biotechnology Inc. was the week’s biggest laggard, dropping 24.4 percent to close at $30.70.

Tan Capital Partners Acquires Assets of Market Research Firm Osurv

Tan Capital Partners has acquired the intellectual property of market research firm Osurv for an undisclosed sum, the companies announced on Friday.

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