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Corban Goble

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Corban Goble is a writer and editor based in New York City.

At audio46, the Audiophile Employees Know Best

The first thing you need to know about Gabby Block, one of Manhattan headphone megastore audio46’s resident audio experts, is that she identifies as a musician, not as a salesperson.

Direct-to-Consumer Disrupted Bedding. But Now the Real Competition Begins.

In the past decade, direct-to-consumer products from companies like clothing retailer Everlane and luggage outfitter Away have given customers access to high quality goods that were previously less financially viable. The promise of these digital retail space disruptors was this—by cutting out the middleman of a chain store or boutique, thus eliminating that markup, these companies could provide the customer with high quality goods at a cheaper price point in a way where the firm also got to keep their margin.

The Goods

Fool’s Gold Co-founder Nick Catchdubs Needs Three Pairs of Headphones

The DJ and record label owner talks about how he uses headphones in his audiophile life.

The Goods

How the House of Juice Is Becoming a Community Home

Danii Oliver is building a healthy, juice-focused oasis in Brooklyn.

Shopkeepers

Meet the Man Who Sells More Headphones than Just about Anyone

Mark Steinberg is the guy to listen to at Manhattan superstore B&H.

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