With new features and more affordable products, the bed-in-a-box industry cut a pretty wide slice in the well-settled brick and mortar mattress industry. These companies took advantage of the tools and perks online stores could offer and re-shaped the way we buy beds.
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The old saying “all is fair in love and war” has taken on new meaning in modern times, when it seems that “all is fair in business,” too. Multi-billion-dollar industries struggle to prosper while also maintaining at least the main ethical principles which usually bring good fame and customers. Thus, the more and more overheard question: where’s the line that separates “ethical basis” from “all is fair?” The Casper mattress company presents an interesting example.
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