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 worldwide serving as community platforms for industry conversation and collaboration.
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San Francisco, US
Founded
2005
TechCrunch was founded in 2005 and is headquartered in San Francisco, US
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Key People/Management at TechCrunch

Ned Desmond

Ned Desmond

COO
Jesse Chambers

Jesse Chambers

Vice President of Monetization
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
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TechCrunch Office Locations

TechCrunch has an office in San Francisco
San Francisco, US (HQ)
410 Townsend St Suite 100
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TechCrunch Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2005
TechCrunch is a subsidiary of Oath

TechCrunch Revenue

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

10 m
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TechCrunch Operating Metrics

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Daily Unique Visitors

720 k630 k494 k

Monthly Unique Visitors

21.60 m18.90 m14.82 m

Daily Page Views

1.17 m982.80 k696.54 k

Monthly Unique Visitors (US)

6.50 m
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TechCrunch Acquisitions / Subsidiaries

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InviteShare July 01, 2007

Human Capital Metrics

TechCrunch's employees are reported to be approximately 38% female and 62% male.
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TechCrunch News and Updates

Trill Project aims to be a safe community for people to express their true selves

Trill Project, founded by three high school girls, recently launched out of private beta to help people safely express themselves online. For those unfamiliar with the word “trill,” it’s a combination of “true” and “real.” An investor described it to me as a positive Yik Yak . Trill Project began as…

Oscar and Lemonade founders will join us at Disrupt SF to strategize about the future of insurance innovation

Insurance premiums total more than a trillion dollars in the U.S., and yet, where that money goes is something of a mystery. It certainly doesn’t seem to get invested in the consumer experience, where ancient incumbent companies still process paperwork as if it is the 1800s, and consumers are left w…

AnyVision AI startup locks in $28M for its body and facial recognition tech

As image recognition advances continue to accelerate, startups with a mind towards security applications are seeing some major interest to turn surveillance systems more intelligent. AnyVision is working on face, body and object recognition tech and the underlying system infrastructure to help compa…

UK government panel issues inconclusive Huawei security report

Huawei’s had a rough go of it here in the States, after concerns around ties to the Chinese government have left the company scrambling to gain a commercial toehold. Over the past several years, top U.K. security officials have also put the company under the microscope over potential security concer…

Last call for tickets to TechCrunch Summer Party at August Capital

The TechCrunch Summer Party at August Capital is the stuff of Silicon Valley legend. We’re celebrating 13 years of libations and convivial conversation while toasting the entrepreneurial spirit on the deck at August Capital in Menlo Park on July 27. And we want you to join us. If you have not yet se…

FCC issues ‘de facto merger death sentence’ to Sinclair-Tribune deal

A broadcast merger that has been the poster boy for the FCC's pro-industry agenda has been ordered to undertake a lengthy and potentially embarrassing process that amounts to, in the words of one commissioner, a "de facto merger death sentence."
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