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Welcome Pat Carroll — Hims & Hers’ New Chief Medical Officer

Read the full announcement:  Welcome Pat Carroll — Hims & Hers’ New Chief Medical...

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These Founders Wanted to Create the ‘Chipotle of Pizza.’ Now, Their LeBron James-Backed Business Is Aiming for an IPO

LeBron James, the Boston Red Sox, mall pretzels: These are crucial ingredients in Blaze Pizza's ambitious recipe for growth. Serial entrepreneurs and spouses Elise and Rick Wetzel co-founded their Pasadena, California-based...

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New Men’s Underwear, Briefly

Here’s a news flash: Guys don’t like shopping for underwear. Luckily, the same retail forces that disrupted razors, eyeglasses, luggage, mattresses and hair-loss treatments, have set their sights on men’s drawers. In the last decade, a handful of upstart labels are trying to dethrone old faithfuls like Hanes and Calvin Klein. Hate going to the store? Buy direct online. Forget to replenish worn-out pairs? Get a subscription. Can’t choose? Buy several and return rejects for free. Newcomers like Tommy John and CDLP are also using high-tech fabrics that promise to stay dry, odor free and comfortable, even in swampy conditions. Still can’t decide? We gave six upstart brands a test run, so you don’t have to.

Founded a decade ago, Tommy John is the Harry’s Razor of the men’s underwear market, with more than six million pairs sold through its website or at big American retailers like Men’s Wearhouse and...

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Excelligence Learning Corporation Announces Opening Of Its State-Of-The-Art Fulfillment Center

Excelligence Learning Corporation announces the official opening of its Kansas fulfillment center located in the heart of Kansas' intermodal center: Gardner, Kansas. After conducting a national search for centralization of its fulfillment...

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With A Name Like Lazy Dog, Why Exactly Is This Restaurant Chain Thriving?

Why exactly would restaurateur Chris Simms call his casual dining restaurant, specializing in what he calls “elevated comfort food,” Lazy Dog?

Asked why, Simms replied that he wanted to create an environment where guests “could leave everything at the door, come on in, relax, and connect with family and friends. I want people to come and feel like a lazy dog and let us take care...

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