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This direct-to-consumer jewelry company makes customizable, minimalist wedding rings starting at $179 — taking the stress out of the shopping pr...

Simple, inexpensive, high-quality, and personal. Few jewelry stores offer these qualities in their wedding ring offerings and shopping experiences, but they're what many couples want, and what ultimately makes online company Holden stand out.
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Hot startups like Hims and Roman are marketing Viagra to young men online, but their approach raises 2 big questions

Startups like Hims are prescribing erectile dysfunction medications online. Experts say the condition can be a sign of concerning health problems.

A Wall Street analyst modeled the impact of Disney’s new streaming service — and now he’s even more bullish on the stock

Disney's direct-to-consumer (DTC) service will take a bite out of its profits, but that won't stop its stock from rallying, an analyst says.

This online startup is challenging the traditional jewelry industry with conflict-free diamonds and custom engagement rings

Vrai & Oro is where you can find simple, timeless, and beautiful fine jewelry at a better price and through a less stressful shopping process.

These celebrity-loved shoes used to cost hundreds more when they were sold in luxury stores — but a new strategy has made them much more afforda...

You can expect nothing less than quality, comfort, and style when you buy a pair of Sarah Flint shoes.

17 exciting startups you didn’t know were backed by Silicon Valley’s biggest venture capital firms and startup accelerators

If you want to know which start-ups are going to make it big, look at the portfolios of Silicon Valley's biggest venture capital firms and start-up accelerators.

Companies are buying these portable soundproof rooms like crazy to fix the worst thing about their open floor offices

Companies are buying these portable soundproof rooms like crazy to fix the worst thing about their open floor offices
F3 partners Sutian Dong and Anu Duggal have gathered a network of female entrepreneurs with their new Venture Advisor and Scout Program.

This founder couldn’t convince male investors to fund her smash-hit wedding startup — now she’s part of a plan to bust up ‘the...

New York-based venture firm F3 has founded a new program to mentor and advise female entrepreneurs in cities throughout the US.

This former Wall Streeter turned down $2 million and pays herself less than her interns in order to build her company on her own terms

"There's no such thing as a free lunch," says Kimberley Ho, founder of Evereden. "With VC funding, strings always comes attached."

This MIT grad just got millions to build an entire fashion brand that’s inspired by algorithms

Jessie Zeng is building a fashion site called Choosy that creates outfits inspired by the top trending posts on Instagram. Its secret ingredient? Algorithms.