Pat Maio

Reporter (Banking & Finance)

Email: pmaio@labusinessjournal.com
Phone: 323-556-8332

Recent Stories

Yucaipa SPAC Buys German Sports Retailer In $3.2 Billion Deal

Yucaipa is merging with Berlin-based Signa Sports United to create a sports ecommerce platform with a value of $3.2 billion.

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Corridor Capital Buys Fifth Appraisal Firm

Private equity firm Corridor Capital has purchased a fifth appraisal management company, increasing its standing as a top player in the industry.

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LegalZoom Files for IPO

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.

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Dave Inc. to Merge With SPAC in $4 Billion Deal

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.

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Fitted Medical Scrubs-Makers Figs, Jaanuu Raise Profile, Funds

Silicon Beach is bringing a high-end fashion look to the world of baggy medical clothing.

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Pandemic Takes a Toll on Compensation Packages for LA’s Top CEOs

The global pandemic rippled through the compensation packages of C-suite executives in L.A.’s diverse business community in 2020.

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Sole Source Acquires Plastic Film Manufacturer

Private equity firm Sole Source Capital has agreed to buy a manufacturer of high-strength polyethylene film.

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Leonard Green To Take Mister Car Wash Public

Mister Car Wash Inc., which was acquired by private equity firm Leonard Green & Partners in 2014, filed plans to become a publicly traded company.

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Battle Motors Launches Nationwide EV Charging Network

EV manufacturer Battle Motors Inc. is partnering with PositivEnergy to install charging stations across North America.

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Leonard Green Receives OK to Sell Rhode Island Hospitals

Private equity giant Leonard Green received conditional approval to sell two Providence, R.I.-based hospitals.

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