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Jason Goldberg raises $400K more to turn Pepo into ‘the best place to host live conversation’

Serial entrepreneur Jason Goldberg has famously had his ups and downs, most notably with the e-commerce company Fab.com. He hasn't stopped moving forward, however. In October, he launched a new messag

Pepo, Jason Goldberg’s social media app, raises $2.35M from his old Fab.com backers

Jason Goldberg — a founder that may be as well known for his high-profile startups (Fab.com, Fabulis, Jobster) as his failures and pivots (Hem, Fab.com, Fabulis, Jobster) — earlier this y

Dashlane hires former Fab.com and Makespace CFO David Lapter

David Lapter, formerly of Fab.com and MakeSpace, is moving on to Dashlane to serve as chief financial officer. Dashlane is a password management service that helps users keep track of their passwor

Hem.com Is On The Block, Swiss Furniture Maker Vitra Likely Buyer

It looks like another chapter is in the works for Hem, the home design startup headed by Jason Goldberg that first emerged as a pivot from the Fab.com design marketplace in 2014. We’ve hear

Bezar, Bradford Shellhammer’s Reimagined Fab.com, Goes Live Today

Bezar, the curated online marketplace that takes after its predecessor Fab .com, is going live today with twelve designers across four categories: (art, accessories, house, and jewelry). Bezar was fou

Hem Confirms Acquisition Of Assets From Italy’s Discipline As Fab.com Approaches Sale In U.S.

Hem, the Berlin-based home furnishings company created last year by Jason Goldberg as a pivot after his previous online marketplace Fab.com collapsed, has confirmed the acquisition of assets from Di

Hem, Jason Goldberg’s Pivot From Fab, Is Buying Design Business Discipline.eu

Hem, the Berlin-based home furnishings company that Jason Goldberg created last year as a pivot out of his flashy-but-challenged e-commerce portal Fab.com, is close to sewing up another acquisiti

Hem, Fab’s Pivot Into Home Furnishings, Goes Live In 40 Markets

Three months after Fab.com, the New York-based design/fashion marketplace, acquired Helsinki’s One Nordic and announced its intention to pivot its European business to focus solely on origin

Interior Define Wants To Sell You A Better, Customized Couch

Interior Define, a Chicago-based e-commerce company wants to build you a better, and better-designed, couch for less, and has raised $1 million in seed funding to make that happen. The company, which

Fab Is Buying Helsinki’s One Nordic Furniture To Score Original Products

Earlier this month Re/code reported that designer portal Fab was eyeing up a European furnishings site to move further into the area of building its own stock and away from reselling others’, an

Fab.com’s David Lapter Joins MakeSpace As CFO

<a target="_blank" href="http://www.crunchbase.com/organization/makespace">MakeSpace</a>, the NY-based startup that thinks of itself as a Dropbox for physical objects, has recently announced that it s

Westwing, Rocket Internet’s Home Design Portal, Upsizes With Another $99M In Backing

Fab may have stumbled in its aggressive march on the European market, but the Samwer brothers and their Rocket Internet e-commerce incubator are using the moment to shore up its competitor in the onli

Fab.com New Mobile Apps Focus On Personalized Product Recommendations

It's been a busy few weeks for <a target="_blank" href="http://fab.com/">Fab.com</a>. First the design-focused online retailer <a href="https://beta.techcrunch.com/2013/10/25/fab-com-updates-site-to-g

Fab Growing Again In Europe, Buys Assets From MyFab To Expand In France

It was only in <a href="https://beta.techcrunch.com/2013/07/30/fab-lays-off-150-european-employees-but-its-chief-european-officer-had-already-resigned/">July of this year</a> that <a target="_blank" h

Fab.com Updates Site To Give Better Recommendations As It Pursues Global Growth

Lifestyle focused e-commerce company Fab has unveiled a new design for its website in time for the holiday shopping season. The core of Fab.com’s new user interface is its ‘Personalization

Fab Lays Off 150 European Employees, But Its “Chief European Officer” Had Already Resigned

It's been a tough week for Fab. Yesterday, word came that the company is <a href="https://beta.techcrunch.com/2013/07/29/just-fab-sues-fab-over-trademark-infringement-unfair-competition-and-more-fab-s

New York’s Fab.com Temporarily Halts Shipping Over Hurricane Sandy Fallout

The fallout from Hurricane Sandy is still affecting startups left and right. New York's Fab.com sent a memo out to customers today saying that it is temporarily halting shipments of packages because i

Fab Axes Sign-Up Requirement For Its Design Shop, Admits User Experience Sucked (But Did Help It Get 7M Users)

Big news and a big admission for online designer shop <a target="_blank" href="http://www.fab.com">Fab.com</a> as it continues to scale up and make itself more user-friendly: For the first time, the s

Fab Expands To Its 20th Country: Canada; Now On Track To $140M In Sales By Year-End

Fab.com's international expansion continues, and this morning, the social shopping site is arriving in its 20th market: Canada. The additional market follows <a href="https://beta.techcrunch.com/2012/

Fab Expands Across 13 European Countries, Is Actively Looking For Acquisitions

Not even a month after <a href="https://beta.techcrunch.com/2012/04/19/fab-de-hits-half-a-million-users-revenue-reaches-1-5m-euro-per-month/">news of Fab.de's growth in Germany and Austria</a> (revenu
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