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Facebook Releases Marketplace to Compete with Craigslist

Less than a month ago we wrote about the startup OfferUp raising $119 million to compete with Craigslist. Today Facebook released their Craigslist competitor, called Marketplace. Like OfferUp, it's a mobile first app designed to let you to discover, buy...
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