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Casper Disrupted the Sleep Economy; Then the Covers Came Off

The self-proclaimed “Nike of sleep” proves there’s no such thing as a $1 billion mattress company

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Casper — the original DTC darling and self-proclaimed “Nike of sleep” — is now proof that there’s no such thing as a $1 billion mattress company.




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