• Car & Automotive

    GM to launch used-vehicle shopping platform CarBravo

    DETROIT — General Motors this spring will launch CarBravo, a shopping platform designed to boost used-vehicle sales through GM dealerships, the automaker said Tuesday. “CarBravo will give customers more choice and access to shop significantly expanded inventories of both the dealer and a national central stock of GM used vehicles. Importantly, the program features will also be offered on non-GM used vehicles,” Steve Carlisle, president of GM North America, said in a statement. “CarBravo is designed to provide customers the convenience to shop how they want, where they want — online, at the dealership or both.” The used-vehicle  

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  • Health & Fitness

    IFIT to Buy Fitness Platform Sweat for $300 Million Ahead of IPO

    IFIT, which owns NordicTrack, was recently valued in excess of $7 billion in its most recent round of funding in late 2020. Above, a runner uses the iFIT app on a treadmill. Photo: iFit IFIT Health & Fitness Inc. will acquire Sweat, an online fitness training platform, ahead of an initial public offering that is expected in the fall, according to people familiar with the matter. IFIT is buying Sweat, which was co-founded by trainer Kayla Itsines and CEO Tobi Pearce in 2015, for around $300 million, some of the people said. IFIT plans to keep Sweat, which is based  

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