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Uber can’t decide whether cofounder Travis Kalanick is an asset or a liability, and it makes for an awkward but revealing IPO filing
Uber tried to exorcise the ghosts of its past management in its IPO paperwork. The only problem is that ex-CEO Travis Kalanick is still on the board.
These are Uber's biggest shareholders who should see their stakes be worth, collectively, many billions of dollars if the IPO does well.
Uber has a terrible 2017 that eventually resulted in the resignation of founder and then-CEO Travis Kalanick.
Born into a powerful and affluent family which fled Iran, Uber's CEO has already been through an incredible journey.
For his next act, former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick is quietly building a new kind of food-delivery service
Former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick is slowly but steadily expanding CloudKitchens — a secretive new kind of food delivery service.
Successful people credit Cutco, the company that recruits college kids to sell knives, with teaching them business lessons that last for life
More than 1 million people have sold Cutco knives over the course of the company's 70-year history.
Former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick is worth $5.5 billion — here’s how he spends his fortune, from a $36.4 million penthouse to a year-long tr...
Formerly the CEO of Uber, Travis Kalanick has no clear ventures into philanthropy. Here's how he spends his $5.5 billion fortune.
Saudi Arabia wants to build a $500 billion megacity that’s 33 times as large as New York City. Now it’s on shaky ground after a Saudi jour...
Saudi Arabia's megacity has lost many of its high-profile advisers — including Sam Altman, the head of Y Combinator — following Jamal Khashoggi's disappearance.
The engineer who blew the whistle on Uber’s culture of sexual harassment was just hired by The New York Times
Susan Fowler Rigetti, the woman who blew the whistle on Uber's sexist culture, has been hired by The New York Times to serve as The Times' technology opinion editor.
Uber spent two days in Westminster Magistrates' Court arguing that it deserved to have its London license back after the capital's regulator, Transport for London, revoked it in September.