Blue Apron, the meal ingredient delivery service that filed to go public earlier this month, has just priced its IPO. The company will price its shares between $15-$17, hoping to raise a maximum of $5
Facebook hires 3,000 people to combat the disturbing videos and live videos that have been popping up on the site, Hulu launches its live TV service, yesterday was not too good of a day for tech stock
The Nasdaq composite just passed 6000 for the first time, hitting an all-time intraday high in the process. Over the past 12 months the composite is up nearly 32%. The majority of this strong perform
Redfoo, formerly from LMFAO, joins us on the show to talk tech, Product Hunt launches Ask Product Hunt, Tesla is now worth more than Ford and Apple is dumping Imagination Technologies because they no
Elio Motors has raised funds for manufacturing its forthcoming three-wheeled commuter vehicle in a few innovative ways, including Regulation A+ stock offerings. Its latest creative funding is throug
Part of YC’s Winter 2015 class, Instavest is a startup trying to turn investing — an activity most of us are used to doing privately — into a social activity. The site launched abou
Data-driven investor community TradingView has hit one million monthly active users and is expanding globally to under-served markets. TechCrunch last covered TradingView in 2012 when the site was se
Late last year, Congress passed legislation that substantially improved the legal landscape for startups, early-stage companies and the stakeholders in the ecosystem. You might have read about, for ex
StockRadars, a Thailand-based service providing mobile-based analytics and insight for trading, just followed Robinhood's lead and enabled real-time stock trading inside its app for the first time.
It's a rough day in the public markets for high-flying tech companies. The recently public Weibo and stalwarts Netflix, Amazon, Twitter and Facebook are posting large losses. The combined declines hav
<a target="_blank" href="http://luckysort.com/">Lucky Sort</a>, the Portland-based visualization engine for making sense out of live data streams, is announcing its first partner: <a target="_blank" h
Tonight, Twitter quietly rolled out another feature -- one that may seem simple and straightforward at first glance but could actually have big implications. The company said <a target="_blank" href="
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StockTwits is unveiling a new feature called Conversations, which should make it easier to not just track the online discussion about a stock, but to join in, too. Co-founder and CEO Howard Lindzon
<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/03/upnintendo.jpg" />Has Nintendo finally exhausted all the momentum out of the Wii and DS? DeutcheBank seems to think so, which earlier tod
<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/01/secapple.jpg" />It looks like the Security and Exchanges Commission is <a HREF="http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=newsarchive&si
Whoever made that false Steve-Jobs-had-a-heart-attack claim is going to be in a lot of trouble now that the SEC is getting involved. The independent agency is looking to see if the false report was do
Yes, we’ll soon all be at each other’s throats fighting over cans of soup, but Apple? It’s fine, despite that drop earlier in the week. That’s what Citi and Goldman Sachs say,
The financial crisis is hitting the technology sector hard. Apple (AAPL) is down 18 percent over the last 16 months and Google slipped below $400 a share for the first time in two years. Best Buy (B
Oh ye of little faith! Last month I posted about how I thought AMD and NVIDIA stocks were undervalued but the companies themselves were thriving. Buy, buy, buy, I said — to general disapproval.