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Startup Bodega’s glorified vending machines are sparking major Twitter backlash

This morning, we published a profile of a startup that created glorified vending machines that can be placed inside apartment buildings, dorms, and gyms. The concept itself is fairly benign. The problem was that the founders decided to call it Bodega and use a cat–a nod to the bodega cat–as a logo. To many readers, this … Continue reading “Startup Bodega’s glorified vending machines are sparking major Twitter backlash” This morning, we published a profile of a startup that created glorified vending machines that can be placed inside apartment buildings, dorms, and gyms.
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