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Shipt: How this 32-year-old high school dropout built a business that sold to Target for $550 million

So far this summer, same-day delivery service Shipt has been busy. Shipt has been steadily rolling out to massive markets in states like New York, New Jersey and Connecticut; on Thursday, the service ... read more

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That is if you accept the argument that letting the local General Motors franchise (if we stop calling it Holden this business might lose some ... For all of us, the era of tough decisions is only jus... read more

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Shipt: How a 32-year-old high school dropout built a business that sold to Target for $550 million

Now, Shipt is operating in over 170 markets, and still expanding fast. Shipt made headlines in December, when Target bought the online grocery delivery service for $550 million ... Alabama with Bill S... read more


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posted: 05/31/2017 3:55 a.m. A New Jersey town will pay an Islamic group $3.25 million to settle a lawsuit over its denial ... should be able to use the boys bathroom at his Wisconsin high school. upd... read more

How this 32-year-old high school dropout built a business that sold to Target for $550 million

On Thursday, Target is rolling out same-day delivery at its stores in Washington, D.C. and Baltimore, thanks to Shipt, the online same-day grocery delivery service retail giant bought in December for ... read more

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