Lore is a provider of a blockchain platform that gives creatives and investors access to the inner workings of the movie studio. By aligning incentives with creatives and investors, the company builds a community that can facilitate the success of films.
Parent CompanyNoodle
HQNew York, NY, US
Cybersecurity ratingAMore
Lore was founded in 2011 and is headquartered in New York, NY, US

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Key People/Management at Lore

Barrie Osborne

Barrie Osborne

Nathan Lands

Nathan Lands

Founder & CEO
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Lore Office Locations

Lore has an office in New York
New York, NY, US (HQ)
70 Lafayette St
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Lore Financials and Metrics

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$18.1 m


In total, Lore had raised $18.1 m. Lore is a subsidiary of Noodle

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Lore News and Updates

Former Walmart exec chief Marc Lore says venture firm with A-Rod will make big bets on digital retail

The serial entrepreneur said they will take a 40% to 80% stake in early-stage start-ups.

Marc Lore of Jet.com and Diapers.com has a few things to say about HR

The serial entrepreneur thinks startups need to get serious about human resources and pay equity. I recently met with Marc Lore, the founder and CEO of Jet.com (sold to Walmart in 2016 for more than $3 billion) and cofounder of Diapers.com parent Quidsi (sold to Amazon in 2011 for $550 million). We…

Lore IO Announces its Freemium Pre-Commercial Launch Analytics Solution to Help Emerging Biopharma Companies Better Plan Their First Product Launch

SUNNYVALE, Calif., April 14, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Lore IO, Inc., providers of an AI-powered common data model that enables faster data onboarding and unified data views, today announced the immediate availability of its freemium offering of Lore IO Pre-Commercial Launch Analytics. The...

Alex Rodriguez, Marc Lore to Buy Minnesota Timberwolves

Alex Rodriguez, Marc Lore to Buy Timberwolves: Star Tribune

Marc Lore leaves Walmart a little over four years after selling Jet.com for $3B

Marc Lore, the executive vice president, president and CEO of U.S. e-commerce for Walmart, is stepping down a little over four years after selling his e-commerce company Jet.com to the country’s largest retailer for $3 billion. Lore’s tenure at the company was a mixed bag. Walmart instituted several…

Walmart CEO of U.S. e-commerce business and Jet.com founder Marc Lore to retire

Walmart Inc. said Mark Lore, chief executive of the retail giant's U.S. e-commerce division, will retire at the end of January after more than four years in the role. Walmart's stock fell 1.3% in premarket trading. Lore joined Walmart in September 2016, after the company acquired Jet.com e-commerce…
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Lore Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Lore founded?

    Lore was founded in 2011.

  • Who are Lore key executives?

    Lore's key executives are Barrie Osborne and Nathan Lands.

  • How many employees does Lore have?

    Lore has 6 employees.

  • Who are Lore competitors?

    Competitors of Lore include Patron, BlockApps and DEIP.

  • Where is Lore headquarters?

    Lore headquarters is located at 70 Lafayette St, New York.

  • Where are Lore offices?

    Lore has an office in New York.

  • How many offices does Lore have?

    Lore has 1 office.