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December 2019

Tech’s biggest companies are worth ~$5T as 2019’s epic stock market run wraps

Look, this is the last post I’m writing in 2019 and I’m tired. But I can’t let the year close without taking stock of how well tech stocks did this year. It was bonkers. So let’s mark the year’s conclusion… Continue Reading →

Apple’s Stock Soared 89% in 2019, Highlighting the Company’s Resilience

It was only the second day of 2019, and Apple CEO Tim Cook already had some bad news for investors. Because the company had sold fewer iPhones than expected, he said, Apple’s quarterly revenue would be below expectations. At the… Continue Reading →

These Restaurants Are Open on New Year’s Day 2020

Over the past five weeks, there have been two major holidays that required extensive time in the kitchen. And if you threw a holiday party, you likely spent several additional hours preparing food. So the thought of cooking on New… Continue Reading →

TRACED Act signed into law, putting robocallers on notice

The Pallone-Thrune TRACED Act, a bipartisan bit of legislation that should make life harder for the villains behind robocalls, was signed into law today by the president. It’s still possible to get things done in D.C. after all! We’ve covered… Continue Reading →

TechCrunch Include yearly report

Welcome to the third annual TechCrunch Include Progress Report. Our editorial and events teams work hard throughout the year to ensure that we bring you the most dynamic and diverse group of speakers and judges to our event stages. And… Continue Reading →

How to Watch the Ball Drop in Times Square for Free—and Without Cable: New Year’s Eve 2020

The New Year doesn’t really begin until the Waterford crystal-encrusted ball drops in Times Square. But as popular as the tradition is, attending it in person can be an expensive (and stressful) affair. Why spend New Year’s Eve surrounded by… Continue Reading →

How income share agreements will spark the rise of career accelerators

The income share agreement (ISA), a financing model where students pay for an education program with a certain percent of their income for several years after graduating, has been one of 2019’s new buzzwords among VCs and entrepreneurs in Silicon… Continue Reading →

Can a $30 pair of wireless earbuds actually be any good?

2019 was the year wireless earbuds went mainstream. The category has been around much longer, of course, and Apple really broke the whole thing open a full three years ago with the release of the first AirPods, but sales exploded… Continue Reading →

The Wealthiest Members of Congress—And How They Made Their Millions

For years, Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) held the title of the richest member of Congress. With personal assets of up to $537,100,004, according to the most recent records from nonpartisan research group Center for Responsive Politics, Issa made much of… Continue Reading →

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