Danny Crichton

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4/22/2021 RapidSOS and Axon ink deal to give better real-time information to emergency responders TechCrunch Danny Crichton 2 days Every time an emergency responder or police officer responds to a 911 dispatch, they enter an unknown terrain. What’s the incident? Who’s involved? Is anyone dangerous or holding a weapon? Is someone injured and perhaps has an underlying health condition that the responders need to know about? As prominent news stories this week and over the last few years constantly remind us, having the ...
4/22/2021 RapidSOS and Axon ink deal to give better real-time information to emergency responders TechCrunch Danny Crichton 16 hours Every time an emergency responder or police officer responds to a 911 dispatch, they enter an unknown terrain. What’s the incident? Who’s involved? Is anyone dangerous or holding a weapon? Is someone injured and perhaps has an underlying health condition that the responders need to know about? As prominent news stories this week and over the last few years constantly remind us, having the ...
4/14/2021 Gotham at the Bleeding Edge city-journal.org ... future, and the geopolitical importance of American innovation. Audio Transcript Brian Anderson: Welcome back to the 10 Blocks podcast. This is Brian Anderson, the editor of City Journal. Joining me on today's show is Danny Crichton , the managing editor of TechCrunch. Danny's been a foreign correspondent and Fulbright scholar. And so as well as a venture capitalist in Boston and Palo Alto. These days, he's living in Brooklyn, covering technology ...
2/21/2021 South Korea's prime minister has joined Clubhouse Yahoo News ... February 14th) and was “nominated” by a user using the name of TJ Park (Clubhouse does not have verified profiles).South Korean Prime Minister Chung Sye-kyun on Clubhouse this weekend. Screenshot by Danny Crichton .So far, the prime minister has garnered slightly fewer than 500 followers and is following a bit fewer than 200 accounts, perhaps indicating the app’s current reach in one of the world’s ...
12/29/2020 ZFellows offers $10k to stop what you’re doing for a week and work on a side project TechCrunch Z Fellows offers $10k to stop what you’re doing for a week and work on a side project Danny Crichton 5 days There is massive VC overcapitalization for Series A and later companies, and probably for seed as well. But there is a massive gap in the market to financially underwrite promising founders and guide them out of their current employers or schools.Cory Levy, who has been a ...
12/6/2020 Why does TechCrunch cover so many early-stage funding rounds? TechCrunch Natasha Mascarenhas Danny Crichton Alex Wilhelm 3 days Funding-round stories are TechCrunch’s bread and butter.For early-stage companies, the fact that an investor has put thousands, millions (or billions) into an idea that will likely fail, and might never make money, is big news. That’s a story that we can tell every day.From time to time, a debate pops up about the role of funding ...
12/6/2020 Why does TechCrunch cover so many early-stage funding rounds? technewsextra.com ... reader to keep reading.It’s a healthy conversation, and one the Equity crew decided to discuss last Friday: Alex Wilhelm: Funding rounds are largely rose-tinted trade journalism, but they’re worth writing Danny Crichton : I hate funding announcements but write them anyway The stories are so much more than the dollar signs Alex: Funding rounds are rose-tinted trade journalism, but they’re worth coveringIt’s easy ...
12/6/2020 Why does TechCrunch cover so many early-stage funding rounds? – TechCrunch papernewsnetwork.com ... reader to keep reading.It’s a healthy conversation, and one the Equity crew decided to discuss last Friday: Alex Wilhelm: Funding rounds are largely rose-tinted trade journalism, but they’re worth writing Danny Crichton : I hate funding announcements but write them anyway Natasha Mascarenhas: The stories are so much more than the dollar signs Alex: Funding rounds are rose-tinted trade journalism, but they’re worth coveringIt ...
12/6/2020 Why does TechCrunch cover so many early-stage funding rounds? focustechnica.com ... reader to keep reading.It’s a healthy conversation, and one the Equity crew decided to discuss last Friday: Alex Wilhelm: Funding rounds are largely rose-tinted trade journalism, but they’re worth writing Danny Crichton : I hate funding announcements but write them anyway Natasha Mascarenhas: The stories are so much more than the dollar signs Alex: Funding rounds are rose-tinted trade journalism, but they’re worth coveringIt ...
12/6/2020 Why does TechCrunch cover so many early-stage funding rounds? inyoregister.com ... reader to keep reading.It’s a healthy conversation, and one the Equity crew decided to discuss last Friday:Alex Wilhelm: Funding rounds are largely rose-tinted trade journalism, but they’re worth writing Danny Crichton : I hate funding announcements but write them anyway Natasha Mascarenhas: The stories are so much more than the dollar signs Alex: Funding rounds are rose-tinted trade journalism, but they’re worth covering It ...
12/6/2020 Why does TechCrunch cover so many early-stage funding rounds? infonews.news ... reader to keep reading.It’s a healthy conversation, and one the Equity crew decided to discuss last Friday: Alex Wilhelm: Funding rounds are largely rose-tinted trade journalism, but they’re worth writing Danny Crichton : I hate funding announcements but write them anyway Natasha Mascarenhas: The stories are so much more than the dollar signs Alex: Funding rounds are rose-tinted trade journalism, but they’re worth coveringIt ...
12/6/2020 Why does TechCrunch cover so many early-stage funding rounds? technologyforyou.org ... reader to keep reading.It’s a healthy conversation, and one the Equity crew decided to discuss last Friday: Alex Wilhelm: Funding rounds are largely rose-tinted trade journalism, but they’re worth writing Danny Crichton : I hate funding announcements but write them anyway Natasha Mascarenhas: The stories are so much more than the dollar signs Alex: Funding rounds are rose-tinted trade journalism, but they’re worth coveringIt ...
12/6/2020 Why does TechCrunch cover so many early-stage funding rounds? ask.com ... reader to keep reading.It’s a healthy conversation, and one the Equity crew decided to discuss last Friday:Alex Wilhelm: Funding rounds are largely rose-tinted trade journalism, but they’re worth writing Danny Crichton : I hate funding announcements but write them anyway Natasha Mascarenhas: The stories are so much more than the dollar signs Alex: Funding rounds are rose-tinted trade journalism, but they’re worth covering It ...
11/24/2020 Altana raises $7M to protect supply chains from disruptions, child labor Yahoo News TechCrunch Altana raises $7M to protect supply chains from disruptions, child labor Read full articleDanny Crichton November 24, 2020, 2:30 PM · 4 min read Aerial top view container ship on the green sea full load container for logistics, import export, shipping or transportation. Supply chains used to be one of those magical elements of capitalism that seemed to be designed by Apple: they just worked. Minus the occasional salmonella ...
11/17/2020 Trust & Will raises $15M as digital estate planning hits mainstream TechCrunch Danny Crichton 1 day Let’s get something morbid out of the way right up front: estate planning is a growth business in 2020. Whether you need to create or update a will, build a family trust, or sign over power of attorney for end-of-life decision-making, it’s been a heck of a year for many families, and even more people are starting to think about these ...
10/24/2020 Was Quibi the good kind of startup failure? – TechCrunch TechCrunch ... about the nature of startup failure and whether this was still the right kind. Many in the startup world said it was still good, basically because most any ambitious startup effort leads to progress. Danny Crichton , in turn, argues that the negativity was fully justified in this case.Let’s be honest: Most startups fail. Most ideas turn out wrong. Most entrepreneurs are never going to make it. That doesn’t mean ...
9/23/2020 Extra Crunch Live: Join Index Ventures VCs Nina Achadjian and Sarah Cannon Sept 29 at 2pm EDT / 11am PDT on the future of startup investing TechCrunch Extra Crunch Live: Join Index Ventures VCs Nina Achadjian and Sarah Cannon Sept 29 at 2 pm EDT/11 am PDT on the future of startup investing Danny Crichton 1 week It seems as if every month introduces a whole new paradigm to VC investing. First COVID-19 triggered a wave of changes as founders learned how to pitch their startups remotely and VCs learned how to judge quality without ...
9/9/2020 As direct listing looms, Palantir insiders are accelerating stock sales TechCrunch Danny Crichton 2 days According to Palantir’s latest S-1 amended filing published this morning, the company intends to start trading in two weeks on September 23 under the ticker PLTR. That gives us a bit of time to speculate about how the company will perform on the public markets, particularly given Palantir’s unusually shareholder-hostile governance structure , which was a topic at today’s Investor Day event. The good news ...
9/5/2020 The future of retail and office space is up in the air, and proptech investors are optimistic TechCrunch ... world, the EC team took a different angle to the question this week, by considering the question of how geography-focused investors remain by today ? Here’s a blisteringly spicy take from resident former VC Danny Crichton : It should never have mattered before, of course, but then, sometimes idiots Harvard Business grads need a global pandemic to prove that they can actually do their jobs in novel ways. The arbitrage that ...
9/4/2020 Early Friday News Feed blogspot.com ... 100+ TechCrunch / 3h Hello and welcome back to Equity , TechCrunch’s venture capital-focused podcast ( now on Twitter! ), where we unpack the numbers behind the headlines. The whole crew was back, with Natasha Mascarenhas and Danny Crichton and myself chattering with Chris Gates behind the scenes making it all work. An extra shoutout to Natasha this week as we spent a lot of time talking about edtech, a category that The ...