Yucaipa is merging with Berlin-based Signa Sports United to create a sports ecommerce platform with a value of $3.2 billion.
Private equity firm Corridor Capital has purchased a fifth appraisal management company, increasing its standing as a top player in the industry.
Glendale-based LegalZoom.com Inc., the private-equity backed online legal company that saw a surge in small business filings during the pandemic, has filed plans to go public.
Mid-Wilshire-based banking app developer Dave Inc. plans to go public through a merger with a Chicago-based special purpose acquisition company that gives the fintech a $4 billion valuation.
Silicon Beach is bringing a high-end fashion look to the world of baggy medical clothing.
The effects of Covid-19 rippled through the economy and into many C-suites. The Business Journal's annual look at executive pay reflects the impact of events over the past year.
Private equity firm Sole Source Capital has agreed to buy a manufacturer of high-strength polyethylene film.
Mister Car Wash Inc., which was acquired by private equity firm Leonard Green & Partners in 2014, filed plans to become a publicly traded company.
EV manufacturer Battle Motors Inc. is partnering with PositivEnergy to install charging stations across North America.
Private equity giant Leonard Green received conditional approval to sell two Providence, R.I.-based hospitals.
L.A.’s business community responded with creativity and compassion to the unprecedented events of the past year and now looks ahead with a fresh outlook.
When Chang Liu was named president and chief executive of Cathay General Bancorp in October, he wasn’t just facing challenges caused by Covid-19.
Local banking executives have raised concern about hate crimes in the Asian American community.
Santa Monica-based private equity firms Angeles Equity Partners and Clearlake Capital Group have agreed to sell their lumber and building material business.
VideoAmp Inc., a Sawtelle-based advertising software and data firm that aspires to become the next Nielsen Corp., has raised $75 million in debt financing.