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BloomThat, an on-demand flower startup, has sold itself to flower giant FTD, Axios reports. FTD, which offers same-day delivery flowers for a variety of occasions, reportedly paid a small amount of mo
After a short hiatus, Bullish has returned. The talk show is exactly how you remember it, except with a new host (that's me, MRD!) and way better music. Sorry I'm not sorry, Alex! Anyway, this week
We're a week-and-a-half away from Valentine's Day, one of the biggest days for flower purchases everywhere and probably the best time for The Bouqs, an on-demand-ish flower startup to announce it pull
BloomThat has launched its flower delivery service nationwide, but it won’t be quite as on-demand as the services it currently offers in San Francisco and New York. Instead of offering delivery
We’re just a week away from TechCrunch Disrupt SF 2015, and the TechCrunch video team has a packed schedule: broadcasting interviews, updates and all sorts of other great startup action live from th
BloomThat wants to be the “Make someone happy” button. Open its app, choose between a few curated bouquets, and a beautiful flower arrangement is delivered to someone you care about in 90 minutes.
Bloomthat, the Y Combinator-backed startup that delivers flowers in San Francisco Bay Area in less than 90 minutes, just picked up $2 million in seed funding. Their new backers include SV Angel, Ashto
Third time's the charm. We're here (<a href="https://beta.techcrunch.com/2013/08/20/y-combinator-summer-2013-demo-day-batch-1-meet/">yep</a>, <a href="https://beta.techcrunch.com/2013/08/20/y-comb
OK, so there are now Ubers-for laundry, house cleaning, dog walking, and I’ve heard rumors of an Uber-for-pedicures, although I cannot confirm at this time that such a thing exists. But, in anot