Wendy Lee Business & Economics Reporter
Wendy Lee is a Business and Economics Reporter for Southern California Public Radio.
Before joining KPCC, Wendy was a business reporter for the Star Tribune in Minneapolis and The Tennessean in Nashville. Her work has been published in The Boston Globe, Los Angeles Times, The Wall Street Journal and the Houston Chronicle.
A California native, Lee graduated from U.C. Berkeley with a degree in history. She likes to travel, cook, karaoke and is always ready for new adventures.
Stories by Wendy Lee
Sriracha firm Huy Fong Foods will outgrow its Irwindale facility in three years. Amazon Prime will stream older HBO shows, but not "Game of Thrones."
Netflix exec says issues on House of Cards' tax credits "overcome-able."
JPMorgan Chase's investment will be given over five years to several L.A. nonprofits that will hold job training programs in 2014.
Herbalife is investigated by the Illinois Attorney General. Uber adds $1 safe rides fee. China Film Co. will produce "Marco Polo" with Paramount Pictures.
Container imports and exports at the Port of L.A. increased 34 percent to a total of 515,323 twenty-foot equivalent units in March, compared to a year ago.
A Texas state legislator wants the embattled Sriracha maker to move. Meanwhile, Mattel posts $11.2 million first quarter net loss.
A Film L.A. report says on-location feature film production increased 24 percent to 1,588 permitted production days in the first quarter.
In SoCal business news: SoCal Edison layoffs, former San Diego Chargers player files lawsuits against Nike
SoCal Edison to lay off hundreds of workers, mostly in Irwindale. Former Chargers player Shawne Merriman believes Nike violated his trademark.
The new discount supermarket sparked fears that it would devastate local small businesses; 13 months later, some businesses are thriving while others struggle.
Relativity Media offers up to $1.1 billion for Maker Studios. Pratt & Whitney may leave San Diego. More than 1,000 people gather at UCLA hackathon.
Rep. Henry Waxman wrote another letter to Tribune Co.'s CEO, saying media and business experts are also concerned about how the newspaper spin-off is structured.
The company says the move will tap into existing engineering talent in California and improve customer service by putting its resources in a single location.
The L.A. Register launches next week and has new bureaus in San Fernando Valley, Hermosa Beach, Pasadena and downtown L.A.
CBS says the location of the show will be determined and announced at a later date. L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti has pushed to bring the show here.
California Department of Insurance wants ride-sharing firms to have $1 million commercial liability insurance that starts when drivers look for customers on the app.