Mashable is the leading media company for the Connected Generation and the voice of digital culture. It established itself reporting on tech, social media, business and digital culture, and has expanded into new areas such as climate, entertainment, real-time news, travel and history. Mashable is headquartered in New York, with offices in London, Los Angeles and Sydney and a global network of journalists. It serves the U.S. Hispanic community with El Pulso. Its advertising products include its Velocity platform, and video products include Mashable Explains and "TL:DW".

Employee Rating

2.9More
TypeSubsidiary
Parent CompanyZiff Davis
HQNew York, US
Founded2005
Websitemashable.com
Cybersecurity ratingBMore
Mashable was founded in 2005 and is headquartered in New York, US

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Key People/Management at Mashable

Pete Cashmore

Pete Cashmore

Chief Executive Officer & Founder
Robyn Peterson

Robyn Peterson

CTO
Adam Ostrow

Adam Ostrow

Chief Strategy Officer
Jessica Coen

Jessica Coen

Executive Editor
Michael Kriak

Michael Kriak

Chief Operating Officer & Chief Financial Officer
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Mashable Office Locations

Mashable has offices in New York, San Francisco, Sydney and London
New York, US (HQ)
114 5th Ave 15th floor
San Francisco, US
San Francisco
Sydney, AU
Sydney
London, GB
London
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Mashable Financials and Metrics

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In total, Mashable had raised $46 m. Mashable is a subsidiary of Ziff Davis

Mashable Revenue

Mashable's revenue was reported to be $42 m in FY, 2016
USDFY, 2016

Revenue

42.0m
USDFY, 2016

Revenue/Employee

89.4k
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Mashable Operating Metrics

Y, 2013Y, 2014Aug, 2017

Monthly Unique Views

1.60 b

Monthly Unique Visitors

29 m40 m
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Mashable Cybersecurity Score

Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

B

87/100

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Mashable Online and Social Media Presence

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Mashable News and Updates

This pirate radio station broadcasts from an RV under Brooklyn train tracks — Mashable Originals

With space at a premium in New York City, this pirate radio station started broadcasting from an RV parked in Brooklyn under the M train tracks. Read more...More about Radio, Brooklyn, Millenials, Mashable Originals, and Culture

Can ketamine treat your depression? — Mashable Originals

Ketamine is commonly known as a "party drug," but it also may be the key to treating depression and chronic pain when nothing else works. Read more...More about Depression, Drugs, Ketamine, Mashable Originals, and Science

How much would you pay for Apple TV+, anyway? Here's what the Mashable staff said.

Many of us have woken up to the reality that all of the "reasonably priced" subscription services we pay for add up to a lot of cash money all together.  So when Apple debuted its Apple TV+ subscription service on Monday, we wondered: who among us would be willing to give rich AF Apple even more m…

This interactive installation gives you the ability to converse with Holocaust survivors – Mashable Originals

Dimensions in Testimony is a revolutionary project which allows a person to have a Q&A with a Holocaust survivor via projection technology. Created by the USC Shoah Foundation in partnership with the Genesis Philanthropy Group. The projections have the ability to answer a specific questions so…

Mashable Blogs

What the Mashable staff bought in October 2020

If you follow Mashable Shopping's coverage, you know that we live to bring you the best product recommendations we can find based on countless hours of online research. But, what about the stuff that we buy for ourselves? The stuff that made it into our shopping carts? Well, we're here to tell you a…

'Chicago 10' tells the electric true story behind Aaron Sorkin's Netflix drama

The Trial of the Chicago 7 is good drama, but I have to wonder at some of the choices writer/director Aaron Sorkin made. The movie is based on a true story but it gets an awful lot of the facts wrong. It plays with the timeline, it assigns certain actions to individuals who didn't do those things, a…

COVID-19 patients are developing ‘brain fog.’ But what does that mean?

Christina Sutton was diagnosed with COVID-19 in July. Although she tested positive for the virus, she had very few symptoms. But even after those went away, Sutton still experienced concentration and memory problems.  “I would describe it as like a waking dream,” said Sutton. “You’re there, but you’…

Ariana Grande releases very horny lyric video aptly titled '34+35' (nice)

For many of us, 2020 is a year that's brought horniness and sexual frustration in abundance.  Given that art imitates life, it's safe to say the music being released in 2020 is, well, unbelievably horny (see also: "WAP").  Here to throw some more horny energy into the mix is Ariana Grande's new …

'Little Hope' conjures witchy best for new Dark Pictures game

Dim the lights, assign your characters, and get ready to miss a shit ton of QTEs. A fresh nightmare from The Dark Pictures is here just in time for Halloween. On Friday, Supermassive Games will release the second installment in its survival horror anthology, inspired by the developer’s 2015 smash h…

Samsung is the world's top smartphone company again, report says

It's been an interesting quarter when it comes to smartphone sales.  According to a new report by IDC, Samsung has overtaken Huawei to once again become the world's top smartphone maker. And Xiaomi has overtaken Apple for the first time to become third, with Vivo rounding up the top five.  The switc…
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Mashable Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Mashable founded?

    Mashable was founded in 2005.

  • Who are Mashable key executives?

    Mashable's key executives are Pete Cashmore, Robyn Peterson and Adam Ostrow.

  • How many employees does Mashable have?

    Mashable has 575 employees.

  • What is Mashable revenue?

    Latest Mashable annual revenue is $42 m.

  • What is Mashable revenue per employee?

    Latest Mashable revenue per employee is $73 k.

  • Who are Mashable competitors?

    Competitors of Mashable include Gizmodo Media Group, CNET and The Verge.

  • Where is Mashable headquarters?

    Mashable headquarters is located at 114 5th Ave 15th floor, New York.

  • Where are Mashable offices?

    Mashable has offices in New York, San Francisco, Sydney and London.

  • How many offices does Mashable have?

    Mashable has 4 offices.