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The ousted chief executive appears to be actively raising money for his next act — delivery-only restaurants — as Uber's post-IPO lockup period ends.
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The Uber executive made the comments during an interview with "Axios on HBO" but later clarified that Khashoggi's murder "should not be forgotten or excused."
Softbank made investments hoping that its companies would turn into monopolies — a precarious bet. Thankfully for consumers it isn't paying off.
Former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick has reportedly raised $400 million from Saudi Arabia for a new startup. Here’s how he spends his $3.2 billion fo...
Formerly the CEO of Uber, Travis Kalanick has no clear ventures into philanthropy. Here's how he spends his $3.2 billion fortune.
SoftBank has taken serious heat for its WeWork and Uber losses — but one Wall Street analyst says the company will recover from here
The Japanese telecommunications company reported a $6.5 billion operating loss for the recent quarter.
An Uber driver is suing New York after he said over 25 pounds of concrete fell from a bridge, smashed his windshield, and left him covered in glass
The Uber driver is seeking $10 million in damages and an additional $20,000 for the damage inflicted on his vehicle, WABC-TV reported.
Uber founder Travis Kalanick has reportedly raised $400 million for his next act from Saudi Arabia. He’ll be competing directly with his old com...
The ousted executive plans to ride the wave of "virtual restaurants," which are set up for delivery only. He's not alone in that venture.
PayPal invested $500 million in Uber’s IPO. The company has lost $215.7 million on that investment since.
The loss weighed on PayPal's quarterly earnings, and the company said it will change its accounting to exclude the impact of investments like Uber.
The mark-to-market profits Uber shorts logged in two days is about 43% of their year-to-date returns of $640 million, according IHS Markit data.