Target Restock Takes On Amazon Plus, NBA superstar Chris Paul invests in a beverage startup company and dating app Hinge adds a video feature so you can show off your true colors.
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Target Restock is taking on Amazon Prime Pantry with the launch of its next-day delivery service. Target REDcard holders who live in the Minneapolis area can now fill up a 45-pound box with home essentials. Target Restock fills your box up from nearby store locations and has a flat rate of $4.99 instead of Amazon's $5.99.
The dating app Hinge is creating a more authentic dating experience with the launch of a new video feature. Hinge users can add video clips to their profile from Facebook or Instagram, or make one on their phone. By letting your personality shine via a casual video, the creators of Hinge hope to bring your profile to life, instead of the traditional, one-dimensional dating profiles.
NBA superstar Chris Paul has invested in WTRMLN WTR. The Denver-based startup is the pioneer in healthy, cold-pressed juiced watermelon. It takes watermelon waste and turns it into a delicious, healthy sports drink. The beverage company is also backed by Beyonce and Michael Strahan. Since the company's launch in 2013, WTRMLN WTR has made it into over 15,000 stores nationwide in all 50 states.
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