Samson Amore

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MedMen Restructuring Brings $37 Million in Savings

MedMen has received $37 million in gross cash proceeds for the sale of various businesses since Nov. 26.

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ProducePay Raises $205 Million Debt Financing

Glendale-based ProducePay Inc. raised a $205 million debt financing round Dec. 10.

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Bullish on LA

Struck Capital’s Adam Struck believes the city’s startup community can rival Silicon Valley

Santa Monica-based venture capital firm Struck Capital is all-in on L.A. The firm invests in an array of industries, from lifestyle products and gaming to financial and educational technology.

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VC Draper Moves into LA

Tech: Deal with SM firm creates Draper Goren Holm

Timothy Draper has a history of funding some of the technology sector’s most prolific startups and now the venture capitalist is bringing his money to Los Angeles.

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Riot Games Creates New Publishing Label

Riot Games announced the launch of Riot Forge, a third-party developer publishing label.

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Deep 6 AI Raises $17 Million Series A

Pasadena medical software developer Deep 6 AI raised a $17 million Series A.

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ServiceTitan Acquires WaterSoftWare

Glendale-based software firm ServiceTitan acquired water treatment software developer WaterSoftWare for an undisclosed sum.

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Wag Names New Chief Executive

Wag Labs Inc. said product head Garrett Smallwood has replaced Hilary Schneider as the company's chief executive.

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EVGo Expands Leaf Partnership with Nissan

Charging station company, automaker add more perks

Sawtelle-based EVgo Services has expanded its existing relationship with Japanese automaker Nissan Motor Co. Ltd., offering free charges to Nissan drivers at any of its charging locations.

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Tech: Video firm raises $50M for Hollywood location

New York-based video editing software developer Inc. has raised a $50 million Series C round and will use part of the funding to gain a foothold in the L.A. market.

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