LOS ANGELES As its chief rival airs plans for aggressive growth, the 73-unit Pinkberry frozen yogurt chain reportedly has received a $5.8 million injection of venture capital funding. According to a Wall Street Journal blog citing regulatory filings, the funding was the first part of a round totaling $15 million in March for the Los Angeles-based fro-yo chain. The investment would mark the latest major capital infusion for the brand, which received $27.5 million in ...
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