CrunchWeek: Elon Musk Dominates Tech, Waze Sale Talks Falter (Again), Jury’s Out On Arrested Development

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Thanks to the Memorial Day holiday, it was a shorter week than normal for many of us (at least those of us in the United States) — so here’s to the weekend, and to a new episode of CrunchWeek, the TechCrunch TV show where a few of us writers sit down for some real talk about the stories that dominated the tech world over the past seven days.

This time around, Leena Rao, Ryan Lawler and I discuss Elon Musk continuing to dominate the tech world’s attention with his moonshot business moves (and whether he’s the next Steve Jobs or even Thomas Edison), Waze’s acquisition talks reportedly breaking down — and how it’s not the first time that M&A talks have faltered for the startup in recent months, and whether Netflix’s Arrested Development debut was a win or a loss for thcompany (and Lawler’s kind of amazing interview with Mitch Hurwitz and Will Arnett from a few months back).