Are people ready to step out in rented clothing again?

Oct 19, 2021
Rent the Runway prepares for its IPO at a time when the logistics around delivery and consumer demand is still in flux.
Shoppers look through Rent the Runway's West Coast flagship store in San Francisco in 2019. The clothing rental business is aiming for a valuation of up to $1.5 billion.
Kelly Sullivan/Getty Images for Rent the Runway

Pay TV operators zero in on password sharing costs them billions in subscriptions

Dec 20, 2017
Company execs say free watching costs them billions of dollars in subscriptions.

Keeping traditional morning news alive, without the TV

Sep 26, 2016
TheSkimm brings the news to your inbox with its fast-growing daily newsletter.
Danielle Weisberg and Carly Zakin, founders of theSkimm.
theSkimm

Using data and algorithms to style men

Sep 19, 2016
Online styling service Stitch Fix launches a men's line.
Stitch Fix

Tide is testing a detergent subscription

Jul 21, 2016
Atlanta is the test market for Tide pods delivered by subscription.
Procter & Gamble is launching an initiative in Atlanta called the Tide Wash Club.
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Dealing with red tape? There's an app for that

Oct 5, 2015
Skip all the bureaucracy.

Rideshares for kids take on the after-school pickup

Sep 8, 2015
Bay Area company Shuddle wants to be the Uber for children.

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Blue Apron wants to change the way you cook dinner

Aug 6, 2015
Kai Ryssdal talks to CEO Matt Salzberg.
Blue Apron ships millions of meals to customers each month.
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