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Mirror founder Brynn Putnam on life with Lululemon — and whether or not she sold too soon

Mirror founder Brynn Putnam on life with Lululemon — and whether or not she sold too soon Brynn Putnam has a lot to feel great about. A Harvard grad and former professional ballet dancer who opened the first of what have become three high-intensity fitness studios in New York, she then launched a second business […]

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9 top VCs discuss the future of New York startups

9 top VCs discuss the future of New York startups New York City was an initial U.S. hotspot for the COVID-19 pandemic, and it’s also one of the most expensive cities in the world — so you might think startups would be anxious to leave. However, when we surveyed a number of New York-based venture […]

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Facebook to acquire Giphy in a deal reportedly worth $400 million

Facebook to acquire Giphy in a deal reportedly worth 0 million Facebook will acquire Giphy, the web-based animated gif search engine and platform provider, Facebook confirmed today, in a deal worth around $400 million, according to a report by Axios. Facebook said it isn’t disclosing terms of the deal. Giphy has grown to be a central […]

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Where top VCs are investing in D2C

Where top VCs are investing in D2C If you’re looking for toothbrushes, skin-care face masks, mattresses, glasses or even socks, there’s a digitally-native, direct-to-consumer (D2C) company or two that can help you out. And thanks to smart digital marketing, the cult followings that ensue and the economics of e-commerce, D2C has changed how we relate […]

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Casper files to go public, shows you can lose money selling mattresses

Casper files to go public, shows you can lose money selling mattresses E-commerce phenom and D2C bright light Casper has filed to go public. The New York-based company that raised nearly $340 million while private, according to Crunchbase data, expects to trade on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol “CSPR.” Its S-1 […]

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Shoe companies Rothy’s and Steve Madden are at each other’s throats

Shoe companies Rothy’s and Steve Madden are at each other’s throats In August, after receiving a cease-and-desist letter from the venture-backed shoe startup Rothy’s, shoe giant Steven Madden filed a pre-emptive lawsuit asking a federal court to rule that its Rosy Flat shoes don’t copy design elements of the Point ballet flat that Rothy’s began […]

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Clubhouse announces new collaboration tool and free version of its project management platform

Clubhouse announces new collaboration tool and free version of its project management platform Clubhouse — the software project management platform focused on team collaboration, workflow transparency and ease of integration — is taking another big step towards its goal of democratizing efficient software development. Traditionally, legacy project management programs in software development can often appear […]

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Justin Caldbeck sues Binary Capital co-founder Jonathan Teo, claiming he ‘made no effort to save the firm’

Justin Caldbeck sues Binary Capital co-founder Jonathan Teo, claiming he ‘made no effort to save the firm’ Embattled venture capitalist Justin Caldbeck (pictured) is suing his former co-Binary Capital founder Jonathan Teo, alleging breach of contract, fraud and more. Caldbeck, accused of sexual harassment and unwanted sexual advances in 2017, took an indefinite leave of […]

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Jobs platform Vangst just raised $10 million to plug more people into the fast-growing cannabis industry

Jobs platform Vangst just raised million to plug more people into the fast-growing cannabis industry People are increasingly interested in finding a way to participate in the cannabis industry, and for good reason. It’s growing like a weed (yes, we said it). According to a San Francisco-based research company, Grand View Research, the global legal […]

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K Health raises $25m for its AI-powered primary care platform

K Health raises m for its AI-powered primary care platform K Health, the startup providing consumers with an AI-powered primary care platform, has raised $25 million in series B funding. The round was led by 14W, Comcast Ventures and Mangrove Capital Partners, with participation from Lerer Hippeau, BoxGroup and Max Ventures – all previous investors from the company’s […]

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