TechCrunch’s history since AOL bought it in 2010 has been as turbulent as the private roller coasters many Facebook employees will likely install in their Silicon Valley mansions post-IPO.Gawker’s Adrian Chen • Commenting on AOL’s reported plans to sell TechCrunch, Engadget and most of its other tech-related properties in a single package. One amazing line really says it all.
Engadget will be saying farewell to its second editor in the space of a week after its Associate Editor Ross Miller announced he was to leave the popular technology website after five years of service with Weblogs, Inc. Detailing his reasons in a Tumblr blog post, Miller stated that “the AOL way” wasn’t the only reason behind his departure but ..read more..
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May we suggest that TechCrunch’s decision to sell to AOL is looking more questionable by the day?