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Marketplace

As subscription-box craze hits full tilt, big brands cash in

by Victoria Craig Feb 28, 2019
Might an abundance of consumer choices saturate the subscription-box market?
It’s been a decade since subscription-box trailblazers like Birchbox revolutionized retail.
Jeff Schear/Getty Images for Birchbox

The original beauty subscription box service finds an IRL home

by Adriene Hill and Phoebe Unterman Dec 24, 2018
We talk with the CEO of Birchbox, which is opening kiosks at select Walgreens and Duane Reade locations.
Birchbox's new display inside the Duane Reade at 40 Wall St in New York. The subscription box company opened them at several Walgreen's and Duane Reade locations in December 2018, with more to come in 2019.
Courtesy Birchbox

Can subscription fashion services survive?

by Sean McHenry Oct 27, 2017
Stitch Fix's IPO could mean more competition, and "there isn't room for tons of these."
Stitch Fix delivers boxes of clothing picked out by a stylist.
Wikimedia Commons/Daniel G. Wells III

What's with the addiction to subscription boxes?

by Beth Teitell Nov 21, 2014
Beauty sample site Birchbox is crediting with starting the trend. And now almost any American, and her finicky pet, could survive on these subscription boxes alone.