Julianna Keeling Contributor Julianna Keeling is the founder of Terravive (sustainable packaging company). Formerly Product at Juicero. If you’re serious about starting and scaling your business whi
These days, it seems like everyone with extra cash has some kind of pricey drinking habit. No matter what your preference, startups and their backers likely have you covered.
In what the company is calling "a very difficult time for hardware companies in the smart kitchen space," Tea infusion device startup Teforia is saying it is ceasing operations today, according to its
Silicon Valley, you used to be the envy of the world. Over the last decade I’ve seen countless cities try to become you. In case you haven’t noticed, though, you’ve changed from hero to villain
Hello and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture capital-themed podcast. This week Matthew Lynley, Katie Roof, and myself — Alex! — sat down with Micah Rosenbloom, an investo
There's a difference between clearing your head, and ditching your dying startup to do drugs in the desert. If your ship is sailing smoothly, a vacation full of solitary introspection and artful inspi
Juicero, the company that created the $400 juicer, is shutting down, Tinder hits top-grossing app on the App Store, and Google reveals the top things people want to find out how to do. All this on Cru
It sounds like America's favorite $400 juice machine will be no longer. "After selling over a million Produce Packs, we must let you know that we are suspending the sale of the Juicero Press and Produ
The Juicero story is a funny one in some ways and a sad one in others, so let's just assume they cancel each other out and admire the machine itself in a nice judgment-free moral vacuum.
Jeff Dunn, the former Coca-Cola executive who became CEO of Juicero last year, has responded to a wave of coverage suggesting that the company's juice press isn't all that was promised — and he's of
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Six months after introducing Juicero to the market, Doug Evans left his role of CEO of the company founded after selling off Organic Avenue in 2012 (that juice company would go on to file for Chapter
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The Juicero is a neat device that, for many, has become a symbol of Silicon Valley excesses. The $700 product promised a Keurig-like experience designed to bring juicing to the kitchen (not that hom
Nearly two years ago LivBlends was a Y Combinator smoothie delivery startup. The company has evolved since then, raised $3.8 million in seed from various investors and switched its name to Replenish.
Juicero.com, a food tech startup that makes Internet-connected kitchen appliances, raised $70 million in Series B funding in a round led by Artis Ventures. Juicero's flagship product is a $699 coun