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Anthony Bourdain, world-trotting chef and noted lover of San Francisco's most classic establishments, likes his city bodegas just fine. [Read More]
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The 'shop around the corner', the neighbourhood provision store, remains a thriving market all over India even today, as e-grocery stores and tech-driven retail start-ups... [Read More]
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One night a few weeks ago, as I walked from my car on a Brooklyn side street to my apartment after an evening with friends,... [Read More]
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After Fast Company published an article about Bodega, a startup trying to "make bodegas and mom-and-pop corner stores obsolete," Twitter users were quick to criticize... [Read More]
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Bodega Twitter users across the country howled in rage on Wednesday after getting wind of Bodega, the startup whose internet connected pantry boxes want... [Read More]
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Bodega 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 your... [Read More]
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A couple of high-tech entrepreneurs thought they'd put a personable name on an impersonal product. Paul McDonald and Ashwath Rajan, formerly of Google,... [Read More]
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In the face of surmising outrage, a new startup called Bodega launched Wednesday and has already apologized for their brashness. Controversy was raised due to... [Read More]
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A new startup wants to make these neighborhood stores "obsolete." But for many people, bodegas aren't just about convenience — they feed the spirit of... [Read More]
The Bronx natives who co-founded the company want to use tech to empower small business owners. [Read More]
Because you know they won't stop with bodegas. [Read More]
The headline seems designed to convey maximum despicability: "Two Ex-Googlers Want To Make Bodegas And Mom-And-Pop Corner Stores Obsolete." [Read More]
Following the social media outcry around Bodega—a startup that installs unmanned pantry boxes in apartments, offices, dorms, and gyms—New Yorkers share what bodegas mean to... [Read More]
There are around 13,000 bodegas in New York City, and their continued survival has periodically been questioned... [Read More]
In New York City, bodegas sell everything from sandwiches to toilet paper, often 24 hours a day. So when a tech company named Bodega announced... [Read More]
Lin-Manuel Miranda wants to thank y'all for standing up for bodegas. [Read More]
After Fast Company published an article about Bodega, a startup trying to "make bodegas and mom-and-pop corner stores obsolete", Twitter users were quick to criticize... [Read More]
Real corner shops and bodegas the world over offer far more than supermarket chains or automated cabinets ever could, argues Jose Fermoso... [Read More]
Dave East's "Bipolar" will keep all the bodegas alive with his crazy bars and V Don's ominous production.  ... [Read More]
Bodegas are an integral part of living in New York City — and employees and patrons were irked by the mini convenience store startup bearing... [Read More]
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