Behind the deal: Why a Tennessee health company bought a Pikesville startup

A Pikesville startup plans to maintain a local presence after being acquired by a Tennessee consumer health company.

BurnAlong CEO Daniel Freedman said the startup has re-signed its lease for a 50-person office in Pikesville and will remain in the area even after being acquired by Tivity Health on Jan. 31. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

"We're just going to get [Tivity Health CEO Richard Ashworth] to come visit more often," Freedman said.

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