Hydroponic equipment supplier iPower raised a tepid $16.8 million in its stock market trading debut.
Bird Rides Inc. will become a publicly traded company through a merger with a blank check company run by oil executives seeking a clean energy combination.
With the IPO market in full swing, it is tempting for private company founders, investors and executives to consider their options and the pathway to a public offering.
Pasadena-based Green Dot Corp. has confirmed that it will move its headquarters to Austin, Texas.
Online hydroponic equipment supplier iPower lowered its IPO to 3 million shares and dropped the price range to $7 to $9.
The private equity industry is revving up in Los Angeles, but much of the action is taking place behind a financial curtain that can be difficult to draw back.
A SPAC backed by billionaire Alec Gores and investment partner Dean Metropoulos will take short-term lodging startup Sonder Holdings Inc. public.
Cerritos-based First Choice Bancorp has been acquired by Midwestern financial institution Enterprise Financial Services Corp. in a $397.7 million stock deal.
A new blank check company formed by B. Riley Financial raised $150 million in its market debut.
Figs Inc., a Santa Monica-based health care apparel brand, has filed for an initial public offering.
Green Dot Corp. said profit fell 82.1% while revenue rose 9% in the first quarter.
Jessica Alba’s personal-care brand The Honest Co. Inc. went public on May 5, raising $413 million in its stock market debut.
B. Riley Financial Inc. reported profit of $252.9 million on revenue of $600.2 million in its 2021 first quarter.
Duarte-based iPower, an online hydroponic equipment supplier that operates largely in the cannabis industry, plans to raise $50 million.
Century City-based Ares Management Corp. has closed on its fifth European direct lending fund, raising more than $13.3 billion.