Dollar Shave Club's 'f**king great blades' help it raise $9.8 million
Dollar Shave Club's 'f**king great blades' help it raise $9.8 million
                                   

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New High-end audio maker McIntosh has introduced the McAire, its first AirPlay-enabled personal audio system, for the audiophile price of $3000. As with other AirPlay-certified systems, it allows users to wirelessly stream music via a Wi-Fi network from a Mac or PC based iTunes library. Users can also use the system...
McIntosh launches AirPlay-enabled McAire stereo

Big Money For Cheap Razors: Dollar Shave Club Raises $9.8M, Launches In Canada

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New Dollar Shave Club, the startup offering a subscription razor service that costs as little as $1 per month (plus shipping), has raised $9.8 million in Series A funding led by Venrock. Co-founder and CEO Michael Durbin said the new funding will allows the company develop “the next iteration of Dollar...
Big Money For Cheap Razors: Dollar Shave Club Raises $9.8M, Launches In Canada
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New On the heels of launching social commerce startup TopFloor, LA-based incubator Science is debuting a new retail technology, TripleThread. Additionally, this technology is powering personalization and styling for a new personalized, mens’ e-commerce startup that was incubated by Science, Fourth And Grand. TripleThread allows each retailer to offer personalized cases...
Science's TripleThread Brings Personalized Commerce To Retailers; Powers Mens Clothing Site Fourth And Grand

TripleThread brings online customer acquisition and personalized styling tools to offline retailers

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New Since the beginnings of ecommerce, virtual retailers have been looking to disrupt and unseat their bricks-and-mortar predecessors. TripleThread, an ecommerce platform startup launching today out of Santa Monica technology studio Science Inc., is taking an entirely different approach. While it began as a online personalized styling service for men, the...
TripleThread brings online customer acquisition and personalized styling tools to offline retailers

$9.8M richer, Dollar Shave Club may have survived the subscription commerce reckoning

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New Like any business model trend, subscription commerce companies appeared to grow on trees for the better part of the last 18 months. Many have rightly called the model a fad (we preferred “smokescreen”). As consumer and investor appetite waned, a few winners have risen to the top, while the majority...
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Peter Gabriel's digital music rights company CueSongs concludes BMG deal, all the majors now on board

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Digital music licensing hub CueSongs has announced that it has concluded agreements with BMG Rights Management, meaning it now has deals in place with all the major music publishers for online licensing – EMI Music Publishing, SonyATV, Universal Music Publishing and Warner Chappell, in addition to the bigger independents such...
Peter Gabriel's digital music rights company CueSongs concludes BMG deal, all the majors now on board
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