Fast-casual restaurant chains Tender Greens and Tocaya have agreed to merge.
Burbank-based ZestFinance Inc. is focused on developing credit underwriting standards and software to improve credit scoring methods.
A well-heeled Santa Monica-based private equity investment manager has raised more than $2.3 billion to buy logistics-related real estate.
Downtown-based City National Bank has opened more branches during the pandemic, a move that other banks have shied away from as they’ve embraced closures.
Hope Bancorp Inc., the Koreatown-based holding company of Bank of Hope, announced plans to repurchase up to $50 million of its common stock.
Los Angeles billionaire and business mogul Shawn “Jay-Z” Carter, who ranked No. 45 on the Business Journal’s 2020 Wealthiest Angelenos list, participated in a $165 million raise for a company that helps people with blemished credit records buy a home.
Special purpose acquisition company will focus on media, entertainment and sports.
Beleaguered electric vehicle company Faraday Future Inc. made its debut as a public company July 22.
Laylo, a tool that helps musicians and influencers connect directly with fans on TikTok and YouTube, raised $3 million in a seed round led by L.A. sports team owner Todd Boehly.
Thomas Barrack — one of L.A.’s biggest private equity investors — pleaded not guilty to federal lobbying charges.
Culver City-based cannabis retailer MedMen Enterprises Inc. is pinning its hopes on a turnaround specialist who’s already making progress with a difficult restructuring.
Beverly Hills-based private equity firm Platinum Equity has agreed to buy aerospace supply services provider Unical Aviation Inc. and certain of its affiliates.
Thomas Barrack, the private equity investor who's facing federal lobbying charges, has withdrawn plans to raise $250 million for his special acquisition purpose company.
5th Kind Inc., the maker of a software management tool used to track film productions remotely, received $5 million from a private equity firm.
California’s payday lenders saw a huge drop in the number of loans and dollar volume during the pandemic.