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RENT THE RUNWAY RAISES $60M IN FUNDING AS IT ROLLS OUT RETAIL STORES

Forbes | December 28, 2016

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This $60 million funding round, one of the largest for a women-run company in recent memory, was led by new investor Fidelity. It brings the company's total funding to date to $190 million....

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BSE ASKS BROKERS TO SUBMIT CLIENTS' FUNDING DETAILS FOR FEB

BSE | March 01, 2017

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According to the norms, brokers have to provide information on amount funded as margin obligation on behalf of clients as well as funding related to settlement obligations for institutional and non institutional clients, among others....

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FUNDING THE NHS IN A RETAIL WORLD

NHS | April 06, 2017

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Your editorial (31 March) calling for repeal of the 2012 Health and Social Care Act is a transformative shift of position and potentially very significant. Repeal will save huge sums of money for the NHS with immediate effect....

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A Y COMBINATOR-BACKED STARTUP, BULLETIN, WANTS TO BE THE WEWORK OF RETAIL

Bulletin | July 17, 2017

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As the erosion of brick-and-mortar stores continues, a New York-based startup, Bulletin, is testing a new retail model. It charges online-only brands up to $2,000 a month to rent space in its physical stores, where it is striking deals with landlords confronted by mounting vacancies. Cofounders Alana Branston, 30, and Ali Kriegsman, 26, first tried an online magazine to promote and sell small brands, but that venture foundered. After two stints with the California startup accelerator Y Combinato...

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RENT THE RUNWAY RAISES $60M IN FUNDING AS IT ROLLS OUT RETAIL STORES

Forbes | December 28, 2016

This $60 million funding round, one of the largest for a women-run company in recent memory, was led by new investor Fidelity. It brings the company's total funding to date to $190 million....

Read More
news image

BSE ASKS BROKERS TO SUBMIT CLIENTS' FUNDING DETAILS FOR FEB

BSE | March 01, 2017

According to the norms, brokers have to provide information on amount funded as margin obligation on behalf of clients as well as funding related to settlement obligations for institutional and non institutional clients, among others....

Read More
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FUNDING THE NHS IN A RETAIL WORLD

NHS | April 06, 2017

Your editorial (31 March) calling for repeal of the 2012 Health and Social Care Act is a transformative shift of position and potentially very significant. Repeal will save huge sums of money for the NHS with immediate effect....

Read More
news image

A Y COMBINATOR-BACKED STARTUP, BULLETIN, WANTS TO BE THE WEWORK OF RETAIL

Bulletin | July 17, 2017

As the erosion of brick-and-mortar stores continues, a New York-based startup, Bulletin, is testing a new retail model. It charges online-only brands up to $2,000 a month to rent space in its physical stores, where it is striking deals with landlords confronted by mounting vacancies. Cofounders Alana Branston, 30, and Ali Kriegsman, 26, first tried an online magazine to promote and sell small brands, but that venture foundered. After two stints with the California startup accelerator Y Combinato...

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