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Typically, you might worry about what would happen if Michael Arrington's hands were on you. But the TechCrunch founder and pugnacious VC is equally terrified of physical contact, creating a public germaphobe campaign that's now reached half a decade.
This week, we learned Microsoft has been able to read anyone's Hotmail inbox, if it so pleases...According to TechCrunch founder and friendly VC giant Mike Arrington , his Gmail account was rifled through just the same. "A few years ago," Arrington
In 2011, TechCrunch founder and Bully-in-Chief Michael Arrington gave an off the record talk to an audience of powerful tech CEOs...Later that year, he did it again, and now we have the closed-doors video of Arrington's corruption, in his own words.
In 2011, TechCrunch founder Mike Arrington was fired from his own website for reasons including flagrant conflicts of interest over his newly hatched VC firm, CrunchFund...For every year since his firing, Arrington's used the TechCrunch Disrupt
Mike Arrington refutes rape claim, posts lawyer's letter Techcrunch founder and Silicon Valley gadfly-investor Mike Arrington has finally broken his silence about the rape allegations lobbed at him by RTist.com founder Jenn Allen. In a long letter to
This is because rumors that Arrington abused women have circulated almost from the time he started his career in the tech industry. Gawker has learned of two previous instances, a decade apart, in which Arrington was accused of violent, abusive
After he sold TechCrunch in 2010, the one thing he splurged on was a boat, Arrington writes on his blog, Uncrunched . But now he says buying the boat, which he has named "Buddy," was one of the worst decisions he's ever made, and that the nightmare
There wasn't much explanation given yesterday when TechCrunch editor-in-chief Erick Schonfeld stepped down . But a scoop from PaidContent this afternoon reveals why AOL might have been looking to shake things up. Traffic has fallen almost 35% since
Former TechCrunch reporter Sarah Lacy today launched PandoDaily , and it has quite an impressive roster of investors, including, well, everyone: "Marc Andreessen, Peter Thiel, Tony Hseih, Zach Nelson, Andrew Anker, Chris Dixon, Saul Klein, Josh
For some entrepreneurs, the ultimate goal of building a business is selling it for a sweet profit. In an ideal world, the buyer treats the founders with respect and appreciation, and continues to nurture the business by supporting it with more