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Both parties stand to benefit significantly.
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Founder Molly Kang introduced the idea in her Stanford Business School application essay. That worked out well.
The beauty company has partnered with Founders Factory, a digital accelerator and incubator in London.
The company, which also operates a bra-fitting mobile app, just closed an $8-million funding round.
The beauty giant is going Silicon Valley.
Meet the latest direct-to-consumer startup, which is aiming straight for your makeup bag.
The young brand, which sells through retailers like Nordstrom and Bloomingdale's, is on the up and up.
The data-driven beauty startup is hoping to broaden its user base in a big way.
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Yet another startup is vying for your online shopping attention.
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