Maryellis Bunn, 28, built a business that promised customers happiness, sprinkles and ice cream. The playground-meets-art installation was an instant hit with the Instagram generation. But ex-employees say that a darker reality lives under the gauzy filters.
As parts of the country began to shut down in mid-March, 22-year-old Sean Henry was finalizing his company’s first acquisition.
The United Daughters of the Confederacy opted to remove the Alexandria statue.
The company’s greatest challenge will be converting the two million users that have joined the platform during lockdown into lifelong users.
There were 79% less homes for sale in the first week of May than at the same time in 2019, according to StreetEasy.