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The new owners of bankrupt online clothing retailer Karmaloop have appointed a new CEO. Seth Haber, the former co-owner of a streetwear trade show called Agenda, replaces founder Greg Selkoe. The company is expected to remain in Boston. Karmaloop’s sale was approved last week.More →

Hipster apparel merchant Karmaloop has been one of Boston’s rare consumer e-commerce hits: the company, founded in a Jamaica Plain basement in 2000, booked $165 million in sales last year, according to CEO Greg Selkoe. And the company’s headquarters have progressively taken over the inside of what was once the landmark Shreve Crump & Low jewelry store in Back Bay, where it employs almost 200 people.More →