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What happens when a consumer giant like Edgewell buys a niche retailer like Harry's?

by Marielle Segarra Jun 14, 2019
With deals like this, customers sometimes worry that the smaller brand will abandon its roots.
Edgewell is buying subscription razor company Harry’s. Above, English comic Benny Hill shaves at his flat in London in 1955.
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After Warby Parker, a clean shave with Harry's

by Kai Ryssdal Mar 28, 2013
Co-founder of Warby Parker launches a shaving company using the successful eyeglass company's business model.