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Interior design startup Havenly raises $32 million

Interior design platform Havenly is raising $32 million in new funding to create its first private label brand as the startup aims to integrate its own products into its design recommendation engine. The Denver-startup is an online interior design consultancy of sorts which pairs users looking to redesign their homes or

Cracker Barrel buys Maple Street for $36M

Cracker Barrel Old Country Store Inc. has acquired emerging fast-casual brand Maple Street Biscuit Company in an all-cash deal valued at $36 million, the Lebanon, Tenn.-based casual dining chain announced Friday. The purchase of the 33-unit Florida-based breakfast and brunch chain comes a few months after Cracker Barrel took a non-controlling position

True Story: Real Estate Platform Is Now Inspecting Homes For Ghosts

Octagon house, a Victorian era architectural landmark in the Cow Hollow neighborhood of San Francisco, California, August 28, 2016. (Photo via Smith Collection/Gado/Getty Images). Just in time for Halloween, real estate platform Bungalo is launching a spooky new service for the month of October, taking its home inspection process to the

Let’s Talk About Mental Health | Facebook Newsroom

Social media is where people can turn to celebrate life’s most joyful moments and seek support in some of the hardest. While an online community can provide invaluable support, we know that many find it uncomfortable to share personal feelings in a broad public setting. Private messaging, on the other hand,

PopSugar Acquired by Group Nine Media in Latest Digital Media Deal

If three’s a trend, then digital media mergers are officially a thing. Group Nine Media announced on Monday that it had bought PopSugar, a multimedia entity with an audience of millennial women. Group Nine — the publisher of the viral-video site NowThis, the animal site The Dodo, the food-drink-and-lifestyle site Thrillist and

NBA apologizes to China for manager’s Hong Kong tweet…bipartisan fury erupts

propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('bizpacreview_leaderboard'); }); The NBA’s apology over a “regrettable” comment on China by the Houston Rockets’ general manager scored a wave of backlash and criticism. U.S. lawmakers, journalists and social media users slammed the NBA — already a controversial organization thanks to politically outspoken players — after it issued a

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