BeJane, the home improvement social network based in Burbank, CA, has been sold to an as-yet unnamed buyer, according to the company, in an announcement to its members. The company, founded in 2003 with the site launched in 2005, saw a management change last year brought on by its (mainly angel) investors to turn around the then-ailing company. No word on who the buyer is, to be announced in a few weeks, but my initial guess of Scripps wasn’t correct. Meredith? Industry players like Lowe’s?
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