Here's the Uber Investor Letter That Forced Travis Kalanick Out
On behalf of Benchmark, First Round Capital, Menlo Ventures, Lowercase Capital, and Fidelity Investments, we are writing...
The ride-hailing giant's former leader purchased a Soho apartment with a private 20-foot outdoor pool in a Renzo Piano-designed building
Travis Kalanick, co-founder of ride-hailing giant Uber who was pushed out as chief executive by investors last year, has inked a deal to buy a glamorous New...
Here's the due diligence report Alphabet wants to use in its lawsuit against Uber
A report that Alphabet...
UBER'S LEGAL NIGHTMARE TAKES ANOTHER TURN
This time, a Texas city's firefighter pension fund is claiming the company and Travis Kalanick misled them.
VanityFair 9/26/17 by Maya Kosoff
After a year spent...
Benchmark has addressed an open letter to Uber employees as to why they are suing Travis.
Benchmark is doing its best to blocking Uber share sales...
I'm going to list my reasons as to why I hate Uber (and to a certain extent Lyft)
Reasons why I hate Uber (1 and 4 don't necessarily apply to Lyft but the rest mostly do)
1) Travis Kalanick: This evil man deserves every bad thing that karma and the universe serves him no matter how unfortunate...
Uber has absolutely no good reason for keeping tipping out of its app
The cringe-worthy moment came 22 minutes into a Q&A between Uber drivers and Uber ride-sharing president Jeff Jones.
I noticed today that when you put in the destination it tells you exactly how much it's going to cost. Is this a set price, and if so, how is that legal? If pay is by mile and minute how is it legal to charge the passenger a set price, unless Uber is subsidizing additional fees?