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Bulletproof panels, private jets, and rumored secret passages: Here’s what it costs to protect the world’s richest tech moguls
Silicon Valley executives are among the richest people in the world, and as such require a lot of security.
Employees at Uber’s headquarters reportedly started drinking before 6 a.m. on the day of its IPO, and a party at another office was shut down
Partying at Uber's headquarters in San Francisco started at 5:30 a.m. on May 10, the day the company launched its IPO, The Washington Post reported.
Dara Khosrowshahi hasn’t yet earned his $100 million-plus stock bonus for when Uber hits a $120 billion valuation — but there’s stil...
Uber disclosed its ambition to be worth at least $120 billion as a public company in the footnotes of its S-1 documents.
Uber riders can now ask their drivers to be quiet directly from the app, but you’ll pay extra for that convenience
It's only available to riders who request the Uber Black or Uber Black SUV service. The ride-hailing company is offering additional perks, too.
Uber has had a rough start as a public company, but there's still a lot the company can do to turn the ship around.
‘Our stock did not trade as well as we had hoped’: Read the reassuring email Uber’s CEO sent employees following its disastrous IPO
CEO Dara Khosrowshahi sent a letter to employees after Uber's messy IPO last Friday, comparing the road ahead to what Amazon and Uber faced post-IPO.
Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi is part of a family of impressive tech leaders, founders, and CEOs — here’s who they are
Led by CEO Dara Khosrowshahi, Uber opened for trading as a public company. Here's who else in Khosrowshahi's family made their mark in Silicon Valley.
With a cumulative loss of $655 million, it's the worst first-day dollar loss of any US IPO ever.
Sure, Uber didn’t leave any money on the table, but its IPO was nothing to celebrate and it could haunt the company and its execs for years to c...
Uber's debut on the public markets was a disappointment to the company and investors. But it could end up being costly too.
Meet Austin Geidt, the Uber exec whose life is the stuff of Silicon Valley legend, who joined the company as an intern in 2010, got sober at age 20, a...
Austin Geidt showed up to Uber with a "blank" resume, and rose through the ranks in a career that would make anyone in Silicon Valley jealous.