TechCrunch

TechCrunch is a technology media property, dedicated to profiling startups, reviewing new Internet products, and breaking tech news. The Company hosts major conferences and events, including the Disrupt series, The Crunchies Awards, and various meet-ups serving as community platforms for industry conversation and collaboration.

Employee Rating

4.3More
TypeSubsidiary
Parent CompanyYahoo
HQSan Francisco, CA, US
Founded2005
Websitetechcrunch.com
Cybersecurity ratingBMore
TechCrunch was founded in 2005 and is headquartered in San Francisco, CA, US

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Key People/Management at TechCrunch

Ned Desmond

Ned Desmond

COO
Matt Burns

Matt Burns

Managing Editor
Matthew Panzarino

Matthew Panzarino

Editor-In-Chief
Henry Pickavet

Henry Pickavet

Editorial Director
Joey Hinson

Joey Hinson

Director of Operations
Leslie Hitchcock

Leslie Hitchcock

Director of Events
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TechCrunch Office Locations

TechCrunch has offices in San Francisco, Paris, Dreieich, Haifa and in 3 other locations
San Francisco, CA, US (HQ)
410 Townsend St #100, San Francisco
Paris, FR
9th Floor, 50 Boulevard Haussmann
Dreieich, DE
Robert-Bosch-Straße 32
Haifa, IL
Matam
Milano, IT
1st Floor, Via S. Simpliciano, 1
Oslo, NO
501, Lille Grensen 3
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TechCrunch Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2005
TechCrunch is a subsidiary of Yahoo

TechCrunch Revenue

TechCrunch's revenue was reported to be $10 m in Y, 2010
USDY, 2010E

Revenue

10.0m
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TechCrunch Operating Metrics

Mar, 2015Dec, 2017Feb, 2018Jun, 2018Feb, 2019

Daily Unique Visitors

720 k630 k494 k1.17 m

Monthly Unique Visitors

21.6 m18.9 m14.82 m35.21 m

Daily Page Views

1.17 m982.8 k696.54 k1.75 m

Monthly Unique Visitors (US)

6.5 m
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TechCrunch Acquisitions / Subsidiaries

Company NameDateDeal Size
InviteShareJuly 01, 2007

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TechCrunch Cybersecurity Score

Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

B

86/100

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TechCrunch Online and Social Media Presence

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TechCrunch News and Updates

Best of TechCrunch 2021

We asked our staff to vote on their favorite stories of the year, added evergreen content and our top TC+ articles for a well-rounded 2021 list. Enjoy!

This week in TechCrunch Experts: conversational UX, brand building 101, marketing survey

I reached back out to 10 marketers we've met through our Experts program and asked them to share predications for the new year and reflect on some of the trends we've seen in 2021.

This week in TechCrunch Experts: International expansion, 2022 trends, boutique software devs

TechCrunch Experts returns with predictions for 2022, insights on product-led growth and strategies for early-stage startups that hope to expand internationally. Jonathan Metrick, chief growth officer at Sagard & Portage Ventures, and Simon Lejeune, who leads user acquisition at Wealthsimple, sh…

TechCrunch wants to meet your startup at CES 2022

After a year away, we’re less than a month out from the next CES. Seeing as how it’s a hybrid event (as, we assume, most events will be, going forward), TechCrunch is taking a hybrid approach to the Consumer Electronics Show. We’ll be tackling the event both in person and remotely, and — as usual [……

This week in TechCrunch Experts: Don’t blow your Q1 2022 marketing budget

The TechCrunch Experts program had an active week!

Check out the incredible speakers joining us on TechCrunch Live in December

TechCrunch Live (previously known as Extra Crunch Live) is ending the year strong with a slate of fantastic speakers. We’re speaking to Eugenio Pace from AuthO and Sunil Nagaraj from Ubiquity Ventures. Then, our last show of 2021 will feature Alyson Watson from Modern Health and investor Annie Case …
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TechCrunch Blogs

DC Entertainment’s new streaming and digital comics service pops up on Google Play

DC Universe’s digital subscription and streaming service has just appeared on Google Play, ahead of its planned fall 2018 release. Announced in late June, the service includes a streaming library of original programming like a live action version of “Teen Titans” and several other shows; plus a sele…

Pandora Premium comes to Google Assistant-powered devices

Pandora Premium is coming to Google Home, Mini, and Max devices, and other smart speakers and screens with Google Assistant built-in, the company announced this morning. The integration means listeners who pay for Pandora’s on-demand music service will be able to search and play any song, album, or …

Group FaceTime isn’t arriving in September

Group FaceTime’s launch is going to be delayed. The feature, which supports up to 32 people in a single audio or video call, was pulled from the latest iOS 12 and macOS Mojave betas released on Monday, and will be held until a later date, says Apple. According to the company’s Release Notes for both…

Owl raises $10 million for two-way car dashboard camera

Owl, the two-way dash cam founded by a team of ex-Apple and Dropcam executives, has secured a $10 million Series A1 round led by Canvas Ventures. This brings Owl’s total funding to $28 million. “We’ve seen a lot of pent-up demand for car security, and Owl is tapping into that demand with a product t…

Sonatype offers developers free security scan tool on GitHub

Sonatype helps enterprises identify and remediate vulnerabilities in open source library dependencies and release more secure code. Today, they announced a free tool called DepShield that offers a basic level of protection for GitHub developers. The product is actually two parts. For starters, Sonat…

LittleBits acquires kids educational community DIY Co

LittleBits is making its first acquisition. The New York-based educational hardware company has agreed to acquire DIY.co, an educational social network for kids. Co-founded in 2011 by Vimeo’s Zach Klein, the San Francisco-based software startup is behind the DIY.org online community and jam.com, a s…
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TechCrunch Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was TechCrunch founded?

    TechCrunch was founded in 2005.

  • Who are TechCrunch key executives?

    TechCrunch's key executives are Ned Desmond, Matt Burns and Matthew Panzarino.

  • How many employees does TechCrunch have?

    TechCrunch has 1,073 employees.

  • What is TechCrunch revenue?

    Latest TechCrunch annual revenue is $10 m.

  • What is TechCrunch revenue per employee?

    Latest TechCrunch revenue per employee is $9.3 k.

  • Who are TechCrunch competitors?

    Competitors of TechCrunch include CNET, The Verge and Wirecutter.

  • Where is TechCrunch headquarters?

    TechCrunch headquarters is located at 410 Townsend St #100, San Francisco, San Francisco.

  • Where are TechCrunch offices?

    TechCrunch has offices in San Francisco, Paris, Dreieich, Haifa and in 3 other locations.

  • How many offices does TechCrunch have?

    TechCrunch has 8 offices.