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Topic - Michael Arrington
One question will surely be hanging over the head of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Tuesday when he gives his first interview since the company's rocky initial public offering in May.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is acknowledging his company's falling stock price, but he says Facebook has overcome hurdles before.
Michael Arrington, founder of the popular technology blog TechCrunch, is leaving the blog and its owner, AOL, to work on the venture capital fund he recently started.
Michael Arrington, founder of popular tech blog TechCrunch, is starting a venture capital firm with an initial $20 million to invest in the same kinds of startups that TechCrunch often covers.
A tablet computer that got a controversial start last year is being discontinued.
AOL Inc. said Tuesday that it will buy technology blog TechCrunch and its sister sites for an undisclosed amount in a bid to expand its news production.
TechCrunch will remain in San Francisco, and Arrington said he expects to stay with the company for at least three years.