Shwanika Narayan

Reporter (Manufacturing, Trade and Retail)

Phone: 323-549-5225 Extension: 251

Recent Stories

ProducePay Raises $14 Million Series B Round

Glendale-based Produce Pay Inc., a company that provides short-term financing for farmers raised a $14 million Series B round.

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Tastemade Raises $35 Million in Latest Funding Round

Tastemade, a Santa Monica-based digital video company raised $35 million in a Series E round, the company announced Oct. 17.

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San Pedro Ports Set Month and Fiscal Year Records

The Port of Long Beach set a new fiscal year record in container movement and the Port of Los Angeles recorded its best September in history, the ports recently announced.

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Twin Ports, Two Records

SHIPPING: Gains come amid global consolidation trend

The maritime shipping industry has seen a rising wave of consolidation.

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MedMen to Acquire PharmaCann for $682 Million

Culver City-based cannabis company MedMen Enterprises Inc. announced its acquisition of PharmaCann in an all-stock deal valued at $682 million.

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Shopify Opens its First Store in Los Angeles

Canadian e-commerce company Shopify Inc. opened its first brick-and-mortar operation in downtown on Oct. 11

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Metal Finishing Company to Stop Operations Emitting Toxic Compound

Anaplex Corp. in the city of Paramount has been ordered by the South Coast Air Quality Management District to temporarily curtail all operations and processes emitting toxic hexavalent chromium.

Moss Adams’ Innovator Award Back in Fashion

Elie Madi tapped for honors at Petersen Automotive Museum

Moss Adams brings back Fashion Innovator Award after two-year hiatus.

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Apparel manufacturers invest in digital wholesale site

Apparel manufacturer Fashion Domino finding roadmap to e-commerce retailers.

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Truckers, Warehouse Workers on Strike at Port of Los Angeles and Long Beach

Truck drivers and warehouse workers launched a three-day strike on Oct. 1 at the ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles claiming unpaid back wages from logistics companies.

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