Teespring, the online custom T-shirt company headquartered in Providence, announced today that it has raised $35 million in new funding. The influx of cash will help the company to expand its efforts to produce, sell, and ship T-shirts and sweatshirts online, and enable them to expand their list of current merchandise beyond just T-shirts and sweatshirts. Read MoreBeta TestingFirst look: Test-riding a prototype electric bike wheel from GeoOrbital
If there's one population of people who might like to forget some of the text messages they've sent in the past (possibly after a big booze-fueled night out), it's college kids. And another set of people who would like to see some past messages disappear? The guys who played a role in founding Tinder, Sean Rad and Justin Mateen, who drew heat earlier this year for their inappropriate text messages.
Today, Rad and Mateen are being held up as prominent investors in the seed round of funding for the Boston-based WiGo, which stands for Who Is Going Out? The app was designed for college campuses and allows users to connect for social engagements and share what they are up to, and specifically where they are, on any given night out. Read MoreCold Corporate Office LandDoes the Innovation District really need a human touch? #TellBeta
Airbnb has announced that it's getting into the magazine business. Their new quarterly print publication, dubbed Pineapple, is "named after the fruit that was a symbol of hospitality in colonial New England," according to The New York Times. The first issue is 128 pages, contains no advertising, and will be available for purchase for $12.