Post Tagged with: "TechCrunch"

Schonfeld Shines As New TechCrunch Editor, And Things Start To Look Up

Schonfeld Shines As New TechCrunch Editor, And Things Start To Look Up

0 / September 18, 2011 8:08 pm

In perhaps one of the final episodes of the ongoing TechCrunch saga has played out this weekend with new editor Erick Schonfeld taking a strong stand against departing writer Paul Carr. Outspoken Englishman Paul Carr, long a controversial figure at […]

Paul Carr Uses TechCrunch Post To Announce Resignation

Paul Carr Uses TechCrunch Post To Announce Resignation

0 / September 18, 2011 1:44 am

In a post published on Saturday night Tech Crunch writer Paul Carr announced his resignation from the tech site, a move that likely surprised nobody after Michael Arrington was fired from the company by Arianna Huffington. In his post Carr […]

Arianna Claims It’s Not About Personalities. In Other News, This Woman Runs A Major Company?

Arianna Claims It’s Not About Personalities. In Other News, This Woman Runs A Major Company?

0 / September 13, 2011 3:00 am

Just when we thought the TechCrunch/ AOL fiasco couldn’t get any more bizarre, Arianna Huffington has come out and (seriously) claimed that the whole saga had nothing to do with personalities, but everything to do with the principle. Huffington’s target […]

Arrington’s Nuclear Card Is More Like A Wet Lettuce Leaf

Arrington’s Nuclear Card Is More Like A Wet Lettuce Leaf

2 / September 12, 2011 11:51 pm

Michael Arrington has dropped his “nuclear card” against the New York Times, with the amazing! revelation! (insert sarcasm) that the New York Times company is (indirectly) an investor in the GigaOm blog network. Arrington starting hinting about the “nuclear card” […]

Once more the idea of ‘blog code of ethics’ rears its ugly and stupid head

Once more the idea of ‘blog code of ethics’ rears its ugly and stupid head

1 / September 12, 2011 5:35 pm

In this new media world blogs, and the people, like myself, who write for them, are sort of the old timers and as such we see the recycling of ideas and topics, both interesting and stupid, as an inevitable part […]

TechCrunch and getting all sour lemons over discovering you’re not so damn special after all

TechCrunch and getting all sour lemons over discovering you’re not so damn special after all

1 / September 8, 2011 7:54 pm

Aren’t delusions of grandeur and chest puffing self-righteousness a riot to watch take place when you know in the end it’s all just for show. I mean what else can your take away from this last couple of days of, he […]

Cry Me A River TechCrunch

Cry Me A River TechCrunch

16 / September 8, 2011 3:10 am

As the Arrington/ AOL/ CrunchFund scandal enters yet another day, TechCrunch writer MG Siegler and founder Michael Arrington have started using their yet to be revoked access to the site to fire shots across the bow of parent company AOL […]

AOL Arrington Scandal Proves Only One Thing: It’s Time For Tim Armstrong To Go

AOL Arrington Scandal Proves Only One Thing: It’s Time For Tim Armstrong To Go

0 / September 8, 2011 1:14 am

The AOL Michael Arrington conflict of interest/ who is in charge/ and a whole bunch of other things spat that has dominated tech columns across the web since last week can only lead to on conclusion: it’s time for AOL […]

Michael Arrington Gets Smacked Down In AOL Battle [Cartoon]

Michael Arrington Gets Smacked Down In AOL Battle [Cartoon]

0 / September 7, 2011 10:22 pm

The team at Taiwan’s Next Media Animation has released their newest video and it’s a hilarious explanation of all the craziness that happened at AOL Huffington Post Media Group this week as TechCrunch founder Michael Arrington was fired at the request of […]

Arrington and Arianna Declare War On Each Other, AOL Idly Sits By And Watches

Arrington and Arianna Declare War On Each Other, AOL Idly Sits By And Watches

0 / September 6, 2011 10:49 pm

Wouldn’t it be great if you could sell your company to a larger firm and then cry foul when they don’t do exactly what you want after the sale? That’s what’s happening right now at AOL as TechCrunch founder Michael […]

AOL Looking To Sell, HuffPost Deal Deemed A Failure [Rumor]

AOL Looking To Sell, HuffPost Deal Deemed A Failure [Rumor]

0 / August 29, 2011 11:14 pm

When AOL purchased Huffington Post for $315 million nearly six months ago the deal left many analysts scratching their heads and now it appears that AOL has realized the error of their ways, meeting with law firm Watchell, Lipton, Rozen […]