"We're providing that flexibility and affordability and access to ownership for underrepresented communities."
Two South L.A. natives and lifelong friends are behind a startup that allows local food entrepreneurs to rent a food truck in a few clicks. On The Go LA just celebrated its first anniversary.
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On The Go LA's founders hope to appeal to immigrant communities, whose members make up much of the back-of-house work force in L.A.'s restaurants. The goal is to give would-be food entrepreneurs a relatively inexpensive access to a roving kitchen to try out new concepts.
The Culver City salad chain announced Monday it has confidentially filed for an IPO. Earlier this year, it raised $156 million at a $1.8 billion valuation.
Ackman launched the largest SPAC ever last summer with the goal of acquiring a "mature unicorn" to take public. Instead, Pershing Square Tontine Holdings Ltd. will acquire a piece of Universal Music Group.
The Santa Monica-based music rights and licensing startup has been gobbling up smaller competitors. To date, the company has raised more than $100 million in funding, and this round brings its valuation to over $300 million.
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