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It's easy for executives to get caught up with meeting targets and lose sight of the leadership skills they need to motivate teams. In the new book, LEADING WITH EDGE, author Jose R. Costa shows leaders how to inspire their...

Everyone knows there are thriving startup communities outside of obvious hubs, like San Francisco, Berlin, Bangalore and Beijing, but they don’t always get the support they deserve. Last year, TechCrunch took a major page from its playbook, the...

The world is a wonderful, at times terrifying, place. Both nature and men’s creations can be surprisingly strange. Atlas Obscura offers the ideal go-to website for those interested in the curious obscurities of our planet. From Jell-O exhibitio...

I know its a bit premature (the blog visit count on my blog is only about 99,8000 yet and it will take another 2-3 days to hit that milestone) but I wanted to take this opportunity to thank all the ~1 million readers who have thought it worthwhile to...

I’ve been writing a weekly blog since 2006 and leading choirs since 1997.It turns out that there are quite a few things in common between these two seemingly unrelated activities.I was surprised to find that the skillset I’ve developed as a choir...

 The tech communities in China and the U.S. are now talking to each other more than ever. Some of the most ambitious deals involve both American and Chinese founders and investors. TechCrunch has noticed this cross-pollination effect, and we fee...

In 2 weeks’ time I’m off to Mongolia, so have been doing a little research. It seems the Mongol Empire of the 13th and 14th century was the largest land empire that ever existed – stretching from Korea to Hungary and most of Asia (not India...