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When I needed a new sofa several months ago, I was pleased to find a buy now, pay later (BNPL) option during the checkout process. I had prepared myself to make a major financial outlay, but the servi
Thanks very much for reading Extra Crunch this week!
I'm very proud of the work we're doing here at Extra Crunch, so it gives me great pleasure to announce that today is our second anniversary.
Now, as the world glimpses a brighter, post-pandemic future, we are doubling down on the news and analysis that’s helped many early-stage companies make better decisions.
I've never used "stonkathon" in a headline before, but it's been that kind of week.
Extra Crunch is about to turn two years old and we now have a lot of demanding subscribers. Readers say they want more articles — in even more depth — about the latest trends in early-stage startu
Edtech is so widespread, we already need more consumer-friendly nomenclature to describe the products, services and tools it encompasses.
Speaking as an unvaccinated urban dweller: I'd rather speak to a nurse or doctor via my laptop than try to remain physically distanced on a bus or hailed ride traveling to/from their office.
Some time ago, I gave up on the idea of identifying a thread that could connect each story in this weekly roundup. There are no unified theories for technology news.
Thanks very much for reading Extra Crunch this week. I hope we can all look forward to a nice, boring weekend with no breaking news alerts.
I've tried to gather a sample of stories that taught me something new (which means this top 10 list betrays my ignorance).
The rest of the world may be slowing down as we prepare for Christmas and New Year's, but we are not taking our foot off the gas.
DoorDash, Affirm, Roblox, Airbnb, C3.ai and Wish all filed to go public in recent days, which means some venture capitalists are having the best week of their lives. Tech companies that go public capt
One of my favorite series of Monty Python sketches is built around the concept of surprise: Chapman: I didn’t expect a kind of Spanish Inquisition. [JARRING CHORD] [Three cardinals burst in] Ca
I’ve worked at TechCrunch for a little over a year, but this was one of the hardest weeks on the job so far. Like many people, I’ve been distracted in recent days. As I write this, I have
A look back at Extra Crunch's top stories over the last few days.
Four TechCrunch staffers discuss the potential impacts of the government's decision to halt all new work visas through the end of the year.
The fact that Apple takes a 30% cut of subscriptions purchased via the App Store isn’t news. But since the company threatened to boot email app Hey from the platform last week unless its develop
"This would be a blow to very early-stage tech companies trying to get off the ground."
"TechCrunch as an organization is now doing three things at once. We've always done news and events. And now we're doing something a little bit different at the same time."