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|Type of site||Technology news and analysis|
|Available language(s)||English, French, Japanese|
|Created by||Michael Arrington and Keith Teare|
|Editor||Eric Eldon and Alexia Tsotsis|
|Launched||June 11, 2005|
|Revenue||US$2.4 million (2007 est.)|
|Alexa rank||537 (April 2013[update])|
TechCrunch is a news website focused on information technology companies, ranging in size from startups to established NASDAQ 100 firms. It was founded by Michael Arrington in 2005. On September 28, 2010, at its TechCrunch Disrupt conference in San Francisco, AOL announced that it would acquire TechCrunch. for a rumored $25m - $40m. 
TechCrunch Disrupt is an annual conference hosted by TechCrunch in San Francisco, New York City and Beijing, began in 2011, where technology startups launch their products and services competing on stage in front of venture capital investors and media.
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