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Intergalactic Cardigan
Ministry of Supply, The Grommet team up on space-age sweater
Seamless ventilation panels in the Mercury sweater maximize airflow and help keep wearers cool. Photo via Ministry of Supply.
Ministry of Supply, the Boston-based fashion outfit that uses space-age materials in its designs, has been on a roll as of late, having opened storefronts on both coasts within the last eight months. The company continued its recent run of success with the launch of the all-new "Mercury cardigan" this week in collaboration with The Grommet, a Somerville firm that helps small companies and individual entrepreneurs bring their products to market. Read More
Get Fit
In time to make your New Year's resolution, Applause ARC releases fitness and health app report
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It's New Year's resolution time once again. As the nation looks inward at its bad habits and tries to find ways to eat better, work out more often, and just be a bit more healthy, Applause's ARC 360 has released its report on the state of fitness and health applications. Perfect timing. Read More
A new Innovation District tenant?
Autodesk to open space in downtown Boston, acquires Terrible Labs, funds Robin
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In a move that has all the makings of staking a flag in the ground, Autodesk, a maker of design software for architecture, engineering, manufacturing, and 3-D printing has shared plans that it will open a significant new workspace in downtown Boston.

It is also acquiring local mobile and Web app development shop Terrible Labs and will back Robin, a Boston-based startup working to help create a “smarter office.” Read More

T-shirts go big time
Teespring gets $35 million to expand its custom-printed T-shirts platform
Screenshot of a Teespring campaign
Teespring, the online custom T-shirt company headquartered in Providence, announced today that it has raised $35 million in new funding. The influx of cash will help the company to expand its efforts to produce, sell, and ship T-shirts and sweatshirts online, and enable them to expand their list of current merchandise beyond just T-shirts and sweatshirts. Read More
Dashing Across the River
Another player in the dinner delivery market, DoorDash now in both Boston and Cambridge
Photo via DoorDash's <a href="http://www.roxysgrilledcheese.com/menu/">blog</a>
In what seems like a never ending quest, more and more companies are looking to win what appears to be a wide open race to become the go-to online delivery service for Boston. In addition to Caviar, Instacart, GrubHub, Drizly, Postmates, Favor, now DoorDash, a West Coast delivery startup, has arrived in Boston to add just another possible option to get your food dropped on your doorstep. Read More