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Elon Musk found not liable in case brought against him by British diver After a three-day trial, Elon Musk was found not liable for defamation in a federal court today in Los Angeles, where Musk reportedly owns a cluster of six homes as well as oversees the operations of both SpaceX and Tesla. British diver Vernon Unsworth had brought the suit against Musk in the fall of 2018 […]
To measure sales efficiency, SaaS startups should use the 42 Unlike many derived SaaS metrics, the 4x2 chart is based on very simple numbers, thus “the figures don’t lie.”
Boeing Starliner crew capsule and Atlas V rocket complete dress rehearsal ahead of test flight Boeing and launch partner United Launch Alliance (ULA) completed a key step today in pursuit of launching U.S. astronauts aboard their commercial spacecraft. The Boeing CST-100 Starliner crew capsule was atop the ULA Atlas V rocket at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station’s Launch Complext 41 in Florida, with the rocket fully fuelled while the combined […]
Bird lays off several Scoot employees Bird has laid off less than two dozen employees, The San Francisco Chronicle first reported. The layoffs affect employees Bird brought on board as part of its~$25 million acquisition of Scoot earlier this year. Those affected were salaried employees and/or people with technical backgrounds, according to Bird. “The integration of Bird and Scoot does not […]
The inevitable takedown of the female CEO Sara Mauskopf Contributor Share on Twitter Sara Mauskopf is the CEO and co-founder of Winnie, a marketplace for daycare and preschool helping over 4 million parents across the U.S. Prior to founding Winnie, Sara held product leadership roles at Postmates, Twitter, YouTube and Google. Four years ago when I founded Winnie, I set out to […]
Will the 2020s be online advertising’s holistic decade? With less than two months left in the decade, advertising is again entering a new phase of rapid expansion with customer experience front and center.
Raising VC in Silicon Valley as a female POC “Despite the fact that I went to MIT, despite the fact that I managed a billion-dollar product at JPMorgan Chase and even built a huge digital product, I was still a Silicon Valley outsider."
Daily Crunch: Uber reveals sexual assault numbers The Daily Crunch is TechCrunch’s roundup of our biggest and most important stories. If you’d like to get this delivered to your inbox every day at around 9am Pacific, you can subscribe here. 1. Uber reveals thousands of sexual assault reports last year Uber just released its first-ever safety report, stating that it received 2,936 […]
Gift Guide: VR gear you won’t feel stupid for buying There have been holiday gift guides for VR for the past five years or so and for most of that time, buying a VR headset was generally a bad call.
Report: Magic Leap’s early device sales aren’t looking good Magic Leap just announced that they’re in the midst of closing a Series E round of funding, but it sounds like they’re going to have to clinch that investment with some pretty troubling sales numbers for their only device on the market. The Information‘s Alex Heath is reporting that Magic Leap managed to sell just […]
Dutch startup Meatable is developing lab-grown pork and has $10 million in new financing to do it Meatable, the Dutch startup developing cruelty-free technologies for manufacturing cultured meat, is pivoting to pork production as a swine flu epidemic ravages one quarter of the world’s pork supply — and has raised $10 million in financing to support its new direction. When the company unveiled its technology last year, it was one of several […]
Move over Slack — Space is a new project management platform for developers While file sharing, time tracking, email integration, Gantt charts and budget management are usually some of the most requested features in the average project management platform, we still have a proliferation of tools taking a multiplicity of approaches to the problem of just managing something. Most people in tech are by now familiar with Slack, […]
Essential tools for today’s digital nomad There could be as many as 1 billion remote workers by 2035, but the world isn't ready for the digital nomad movement.
Canva introduces video editing, has big plans for 2020 Canva, the design company with nearly $250 million in funding, has today announced a variety of new features, including a video editing tool. The company has also announced Canva Apps, which allows developers and customers alike to build on top of Canva. Thus far, Dropbox, Google Drive, PhotoMosh and Instagram are already in the Canva […]
Closing the race and gender funding gap Hello and welcome back toEquity, TechCrunch’s venture capital-focused podcast, where we unpack the numbers behind the headlines.