“See you in the trenches.” I’ll never forget that moment. We were at the 2012 Crunchies just after Paul and I’d left to start our respective companies and Michael Arrington was watching it at home in Seattle on a live stream. Uber was doing well but it wasn’t nearly the company it is today. Show More Summary
One day back when Michael Arrington and I were on speaking terms -- three years ago, maybe -- he called me to ask for advice on how to handle some fight in which he’d become embroiled. I can’t remember the details of the fight -- heShow More Summary
In 2011, CNN aired a widely-debated documentary, Black in America: The New Promised Land – Silicon Valley. During the broadcast, influential blogger Michael Arrington said he didn’t know a single African-American entrepreneur. WhileShow More Summary
It seems like a million years ago that Kara Swisher and Michael Arrington would spend their days taking shots at each other: Kara calling Mike “Yurtle the Turtle” — a reference no one really understood — and complaining to any reporter who’d listen that he was unforgivably conflicted due to his investments in Internet giants Dogster and Seesmic. Show More Summary
This would be him. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XCOZ6iCtonc&w=425&h=350] The post If Michael Arrington and Gary Vaynerchuk had a love child appeared first on cameronreilly.com.
In an interview with TechCrunch founder Michael Arrington, Sen. Rand Paul (R-Kentucky) twice said that he has undergraduate degrees which he did not in fact earn. After Arrington said he has an economics degree, Paul replied, "Mine's...Show More Summary
BroBible has photos of Patriots receiver Julian Edelman, reportedly at a Final Club in Harvard Wednesday. Players Kyle Arrington and Michael Buchanan were there too, though there aren't any photos of them lifting up their shirts. Read more...
Years ago, when TechCrunch founder Michael Arrington was dreaming up ideas for what the original Crunchies statuette would look like, he drew inspiration from 2001: A Space Odyssey. In particular, that scene in the early part of the movie in which the apes start using bones as tools and weapons for the first time. Show More Summary
reBOOT Detroit is an upcoming technology conference designed to help bring together the growing startup community in Detroit, Michigan. The conference will feature several influential speakers like Michael Arrington, Robert Scoble, and Catherine Bracy. reBOOT Detroit is scheduled to run May 16 to 19, 2015, and will feature a hackathon as part of the conference. […]
Famously pugnacious Uber CEO Travis Kalanick almost sounded contrite during an onstage interview at Techcrunch‘s Disrupt conference earlier this week. At one point, Michael Arrington, the founder of Techcrunch, asked Kalanick how he felt about being compared to Darth Vader. Show More Summary
Digg co-founder Kevin Rose is getting back into the startup game, and it looks like his first product will be an iPhone app for sharing “tiny little photos that disappear after 24 hours.” Michael Arrington got a preview of Rose’s app at TechCrunch Disrupt today, but he didn’t go into the specifics of the app. Show More Summary
Today at Disrupt SF, TechCrunch founder and alum Michael Arrington interviewed venture capitalist Vinod Khosla in a conversation that covered a number of topics including egg substitutes, animal cruelty, city design, Uber, the usefulness of most members of the professional investing community — and one of Khosla’s newest interests, machine learning. Show More Summary
This morning at Disrupt SF, TechCrunch alum Michael Arrington interviewed Saleforce’s Marc Benioff about his investments, Salesforce’s growth rate, and his personal approach to politics. Salesforce recently announced a $100 million fund that it will invest across the technology industry. Show More Summary
Marc Benioff, the outspoken founder and CEO of Salesforce, will take the Disrupt stage with Michael Arrington again this year at TechCrunch Disrupt SF. Since last year, his company has seen solid growth, and it announced that it will be moving into what will be the tallest building in San Francisco, which will also bear the company’s name. Show More Summary
Last spring, Jennifer Allen began sharing a harrowing tale of rape and abuse at the hands of a former boyfriend -- the tech investor and blogger, Michael Arrington. Now Ms. Allen has retracted those accusations in a settlement with Mr. Arrington, who agreed to drop a defamation lawsuit against her as a result.
TechCrunch founder Michael Arrington has reached a settlement agreement with Jenn Allen. He’s posted a copy of the agreement on his site Uncrunched, and it says that “Allen retracts, and expresses her regret for making, the Statements.” Apparently that covers a number of statements Allen made accusing Arrington of abusing and raping her. Show More Summary
Last May, TechCrunch founder Michael Arrington filed a defamation lawsuit against his former girlfriend, Jennifer Allen. Allen had accused Arrington of rape on social media and declined to retract her statements. The lawsuit Arrington filed has now been dropped. Show More Summary
The defamation suit against Jennifer Allen—who last spring claimed itan investor and TechCrunch founder Michael Arrington had raped her—will not have its day in court. Read more...
Microsoft got caught with their hand in the cookie jar Tuesday when a PR rep accidentally offered to pay Michael Arrington — founder of TechCrunch — to hype up Internet Explorer, the company's web browser. " This is just layers of stupid," Arrington wrote on uncrunched.com. Show More Summary
Microsoft has been making a lot of smart moves lately, but this is a blunder that brings back grim memories of the Clippy era. TechCrunch founder Michael Arrington has posted an email that he received from a Microsoft PR person asking if he’d want to take part in a new “sponsored post opportunity” regarding Internet Explorer. Show More Summary