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Welcome Matthew Lynely, Nicole Wilkes, Andrew Sweeney And New TCTV Director Sarah Lane — We talk about sharks a lot here at TechCrunch. We sympathize with the sea hunters in a lot of ways. Not everything people say about us is true; we've got thick skin; we dance to our own rhythm; we like to hunt for our food and become disinterested if it's fed to us.

Two Jurors On Opposite Sides Share Their Pao Vs. Kleiner Perspectives — It's been a very suspenseful day for all of those involved in the Pao vs. KPCB trial (well, maybe not "Sleeping Guy"). We had a verdict, and then suddenly we didn't, because a juror had changed his mind on the walk up from the jury room to room 608.

‘Scope Meets World — Bangalore-based Mango Man Consumer Electronics Picks Up $1.75M From Sequoia And India Quotient Fund Movies, financial markets and fashion trends all fall into frenzies, dips and lulls. Consumer apps are much the same. Whether it's photo-sharing, anonymity or live streaming, it seems that a confluence of apps all doing similar things at the same time is a natural occurrence.

Leandra Medine (Manrepeller) To Speak At TechCrunch Disrupt NY — As this month's 12-page Apple Watch spread in Vogue belies, technology is heavily courting the fashion industry. From Kevin Systrom hanging out with Karl Lagerfeld to Anna Wintour and Jony Ive palling around, to Marissa Mayer co-chairing the Met ball, it seems like the next horizon in tech is capturing the hearts and minds of fashion influencers.

Twitter Buys Live Streaming App Periscope — If you looked at this week's sudden Meerkat phenomenon and thought "hey, Twitter should buy this," then you're on the right track. According to sources we've spoken with, Twitter has been in talks to purchase live streaming app Periscope, which many private beta users have compared to Meerkat.

No, Magic Can’t Deliver A Tiger — Earlier this week, as Re/Code's Jason Del Rey was trying to procure a chicken parmesan via text, we were trying to procure a tiger via text. "You want a tiger delivered? Just text the details and Magic's got you covered," read the lede of the VentureBeat article about nascent on-demand startup Magic.

Last Day To Get Cheap(er) Disrupt NY Tickets #thedress — Whether you're #teamwhiteandgold or #teamblueandblack, you should be on #teamgreenandwhite. TechCrunch Disrupt NY is only a couple of months away. And we're planning a huge show, with tech stars like Aaron Levie, Payal Kadakia, Tristan Walker and more on our stage roster. The event will take place at the Manhattan Center from May 4-6.

Postmates Picks Up $35M In Series C From Spark Capital — Postmates, the on-demand delivery service that operates in nearly 60 markets, has raised $35 million in Series C exclusively from existing investor Spark Capital, according to our sources. Postmates is a service that lets users order anything from local stores and have it delivered directly to their home for a small delivery fee.

Uber Wins The 2014 Crunchie For Best Overall Startup — In a few decades, when we look back at the history of Uber, 2014 will be remembered as the year in which it established itself as a global force to be reckoned with. So it's probably no surprise that the company has won this year's Crunchie for Best Overall Startup.

CrunchWeek: Apple’s Huge Quarter, Snapchat Discover, And Newsweek’s Cover Fail — Today's episode of CrunchWeek is a very special milestone for us here at TechCrunch, marking the 100th time we've met up to casually talk about the week's most interesting news. To commemorate the event, Colleen Taylor and TechCrunch Co-Editor Alexia Tsosis reminisced about the first episode of the show.
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Mar 31, 2015

RT @TechCrunch: Welcome Matthew Lynley, Nicole Wilke, Andrew Sweeney And New TCTV Director Sarah Lane by @alexia @panzer

Mar 30, 2015

@Benioff @cloudera @EMCcorp @platfora Who would have thought that cloud computing would ever lead the charge for gay rights?

Mar 30, 2015

Anyone else think the "Tesla new product line" is an April Fool's joke?

Mar 28, 2015

RT @StartupLJackson: We're arguably not in a risk bubble in that the risk is not necessarily irrational in a competitive context.

Mar 28, 2015

RT @rezendi: "Asked [if] she had friends in the tech industry, she replied, “Not that I know of. Not [any] who have admitted it.”"…

Mar 28, 2015

RT @TechCrunch: Two jurors on opposite sides share their Pao vs. Kleiner perspectives

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