Juicero News

It's like a Keurig for yogurt.
3 weeks ago • CNNMoney

Twitter users across the country howled in rage on Wednesday after getting wind of Bodega, the startup whose internet connected pantry boxes want to replace..
on September 17, 2017 • Business Insider
Watch VideoIn just one day, this "pantry box" company seems to have become the country's most hated startup.

"Bodega," an automated retail box, uses..
on September 14, 2017 • Newsy
This Bodega is no bodega Former Googlers Paul McDonald and Ashwath Rajan are disrupting the corner store — and their reputations. Their Oakland startup Bodega..
on September 13, 2017 • SFGate

Just when you thought the startup world learned a thing or two from the failure of Juicero, here comes Bodega, a company that's put internet connectivity and..
on September 13, 2017 • TUAW
ProductGraveyard.com, a fun way to keep track of and commemorate the best products that have gone away, is launched by Duong Nguyen during summer internship at..
on September 11, 2017 • PRWeb

We’re one week away from The Vergecast Live in San Francisco, so Nilay, Dieter, and Paul talk through the last-minute rumors about what to expect at Apple’s..
on September 8, 2017 • The Verge
What do you picture when you imagine a hedge-fund office? A noisy trading floor full of hedge-fund guys in fleece vests?

Two Sigma, a $45 billion..
on September 5, 2017 • Business Insider
A look at some of the well-funded tech firms that have folded in 2017.
on September 4, 2017 • BBC News
Juicero, the Keurig of juice companies, has had to terminate itself after people were turned off by a $700 juice press. We're crushed.

The post Pour..
on September 4, 2017 • ExtremeTech
Good morning! Here's the tech news you need to know to start your week.

*1. Up to six million people's info has been compromised in a hack of..
on September 4, 2017 • Business Insider
It was a fairly uneventful week for the tech industry. Apple continued its quest to know everything about its customers. The FDA finally approved a genetic..
on September 3, 2017 • engadget

Juicero — the Silicon Valley company known for its $400, Wifi-enabled juicer — shut down and suspended sales of its presses and produce packs..
on September 2, 2017 • Business Insider
Because your apartment is not being haunted by the ghost of a dead child, check out today's end-of-day links: most Instagrammable straw hat, punishing IKEA puns,..
on September 2, 2017 • Gothamist
The company with a Wi-Fi enabled juicer on Friday said it was shutting down operations — joining the hordes of other Silicon Valley startups that could not..
on September 2, 2017 • Seattle Times

Juicero, startup behind the much-mocked $400 juicer, folded on Friday. Soon, social media served up a schadenfreude shake
on September 2, 2017 • L.A. Times

San Francisco-based juicer maker Juicero is shutting down sales immediately after challenges with lowering the $400 machine’s price point. The news comes..
on September 1, 2017 • bizjournals

Juicero is 'immediately' suspending the sale of its Juicero Press; customers can email the company by Dec. 1 to request a refund.
on September 1, 2017 • PCMag.com

These are the drones you were looking for Three “Star Wars” devices are combining drones with online games. Manufacturer Propel plans to sell three models..
on September 1, 2017 • SFGate

Juicero stood out — even in Silicon Valley — for raising enormous sums of money despite an unproven business plan.
on September 1, 2017 • NYTimes.com

on September 1, 2017 • SmartBrief

on September 1, 2017 • The Register

Juicero Inc., the developer of a cold-press juicing system, said on its website Friday that it was winding down its operations.
on September 1, 2017 • Wall Street Journal

Pour one out for Juicero.

The company behind the infamously useless $400 machine that empties fruit pulp out of bags has officially run out of..
on September 1, 2017 • Mashable

Juicero -- the company that shot to notoriety last year for selling an overpriced, overly complicated juicer -- is closing up shop. The company is immediately..
on September 1, 2017 • TUAW
Juicero, the company that made its name by creating a proprietary juice-squeezing machine, is shutting down. The announcement comes from Juicero's website. In..
on September 1, 2017 • The Verge
The job reductions, which are primarily in sales and marketing, are being made as Juicero is trying to lower the price of its machine and juice packs. The..
on July 17, 2017 • SFGate

Juicero, a startup that sells $399 juice machines that are connected to the internet, is cutting its staff by 25%, mostly in  -More- 
on July 17, 2017 • SmartBrief

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