SILICON VALLEY — Dot & Bo, a furniture e-commerce startup, suddenly shuttered on Friday after failing to find backers or a buyer.
The San Francisco-based company was in advanced talks to be acquired by a large company, but when discussions broke down the e-commerce site was forced to close up shop.
"We were in deep discussions to be acquired by a prominent public company, but ultimately the partnership did not come to fruition,” the company posted on its website.
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