Matt Rosoff

Matt Rosoff

Global Managing Editor

Matt Rosoff Matt Rosoff is the Global Managing Editor of TechCrunch, based in San Francisco. He has been an editor, reporter, and analyst covering the tech industry for more than 25 years. He started his career at CNET in 1995 and has also worked for Business Insider, where he established the company’s presence on the west coast and led its tech coverage, and IDG Enterprise, where he founded and led a new publication called CITEworld. He most recently spent 7 years as an editorial director at CNBC, where he built out and managed the digital team’s coverage of the tech industry and initiated coverage of the business of climate change. Matt also spent a decade as an analyst at Directions on Microsoft, an independent firm, where he developed deep expertise on the technology and business strategy of the world’s largest tech company. In his spare time, he plays electric bass and writes fiction. Matt graduated from Williams College with a B.A. in English Lit in 1992.

The Latest from Matt Rosoff

Sundar Pichai on the challenge of innovating in a huge company and what he’s excited about this year

It was a notable appearance because Pichai's been having a bit of a rough go lately. Google is widely perceived to have gotten a late start on generative AI.

SBF’s prison sentence marks the end of the crypto grift era — so what’s next?

Nearly everything else that's being built on or enabled by blockchains replaces something that's already being done fairly well.

Apple’s iPhone is not a monopoly like Windows was a monopoly

The U.S. Department of Justice plus attorneys general from 16 states and the District of Columbia sued Apple for antitrust this morning in federal court. The suit alleges that the company has a monopo

Disrupt is back! 2-for-1 passes now on sale

As winter continues to grip much of the world, here’s some hot news for entrepreneurs to thaw the chill: TechCrunch Disrupt will be back in San Francisco from October 28–30. Even better, ticke