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TC Cribs: Famo.us, The Startup Office That Feels Like Home (Because It Used To Be One)

techcrunch.com — In this episode of Cribs, we headed over to Famo.us, the startup that's built a web platform for developers and designers. A lot of tech companies try to make their offices feel as homey as possible for the comfort of their employees, but Famo.us just might take the cake.

TC Cribs: Indiegogo’s Colorful And Crowd-Pleasing Abode

techcrunch.com — Today's episode of Cribs brings us to the Mid-Market neighborhood of San Francisco, which is where the popular crowdfunding platform Indiegogo calls home. The company has just recently unveiled a new rebrand that was meant to focus on all the many varied projects that use Indiegogo to raise money, and its office definitely reflects that eclectic vibe - and is filled with lots of unique inventions that have been crowdfunded thanks to the company.

TC Cribs: Eventbrite’s New Bright And Shiny HQ

techcrunch.com — Welcome back to a new episode of Cribs! This time around, we headed over to Eventbrite, the company behind the very popular ticketing and live events platform. If an Eventbrite Cribs tour sounds familiar, it may be because we have done one before.

TC Cribs: Ticketfly, Where Meetings Morph Into Impromptu Jam Sessions

techcrunch.com — In this episode of Cribs, we headed over to Ticketfly, the startup that runs a ticketing platform for all kinds of live events. As you can see in the video embedded above, going to visit Ticketfly HQ is kind of an event in itself.

TC Cribs: Evernote’s Expertly Caffeinated California HQ

techcrunch.com — In today's episode of TechCrunch Cribs, we headed over to Evernote, the company behind the beloved notetaking software. Evernote has often said that it intends to be around for at least a century, which may well be why they've situated themselves in a very large building that gives them tons of room to grow in the years ahead.

TC Cribs: Lending Club’s Hole-In-One San Francisco HQ

techcrunch.com — Welcome to another episode of Cribs, the TechCrunch TV series that gets nosy and tours the inside of tech companies' offices. This time, we headed over to Lending Club, the startup that's built an online marketplace for financial lending.

CrunchWeek: Twitch’s $1B Sale, Snapchat’s $10B Valuation, Uber’s Operation SLOG

techcrunch.com — You can tell when summer is coming to an end: The weather turns cooler, the days run shorter, and tech news starts to pick up the pace. This week was a great example of the news cycle perking up as we head into fall, giving us a few big stories to talk about for our weekly CrunchWeek show.

Tilt, The Startup Formerly Known As Crowdtilt, Drops Fees For Groups Pooling Money

techcrunch.com — Tilt, the group funding startup that recently chopped its name down from its former moniker "Crowdtilt", announced today that it's chopping its fees, too. The San Francisco company has dropped the fees on its "Collect" feature, which lets groups of people pool money together for shared causes or events, such as parties, group vacations, and gifts for friends (we've used it a couple times here within our TechCrunch staff.)

Honest Co., Jessica Alba’s E-Commerce Startup, Has Raised A $70M Series C

techcrunch.com — Honest Co., an e-commerce startup co-founded by actress Jessica Alba that makes and sells eco-friendly personal care products, has raised $70 million in a series C funding round, the company announced yesterday. The new round was led by funds affiliated with private investment management firm Wellington Management Company with the participation of existing investors including Lightspeed Venture Partners, Institutional Venture Partners, General Catalyst Partners and ICONIQ Capital.

12 Questions With The CEO Of Thumbtack, Google Capital’s New $100 Million Bet

techcrunch.com — In the often hyped-up world of Silicon Valley, Thumbtack has flown a bit under the radar since it was founded five years ago in 2009. But with the announcement today that it's landed a whopping $100 million investment from Google Capital, it's become clear that Thumbtack's days of relative tech press anonymity are most certainly over.
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Nov 20, 2014

@lorakolodny quite a few to mention... Eventbrite, Cisco (although the founders eventually split), Y Combinator?

Nov 14, 2014

Local news is so important, in SF and everywhere. This is wonderful news RT @eldon anyway, here’s what i’m up to now: otherwisee.com/post/102618699…

Nov 12, 2014

@kevinmarks I think they're counting "reach" of TV broadcast audiences on all shows it's been mentioned. Even so, big stretch taken here.

Nov 12, 2014

@kevinmarks If a Tweet (or anything) got 4.2 billion uniques, I'd think this wouldn't be first we'd hear of it? But I really don't know.

Nov 12, 2014

@jamyn I think that's just how Kantar reached 4.2b figure. A very broad estimate of potential people worldwide connected to pop culture.

Nov 12, 2014

...Twitter *is* huge, and I love it. But given even the most record-breaking World Cup audience numbers, these numbers seem like a stretch.

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