A global pandemic is a fertile time for disruption, no?
Travis Kalanick wasted no time getting about $500 million lighter on his UBER shares.
"Surge pricing on our stock is a little lower than normal."
This is some real good Silicon Valley hubris.
The hubris of everyone's least-favorite ridesharing company is outmatched only by its pile of burning cash.
Now we know what Jay-Dimez and Travis Kalanick were talking about in that photo.
It's beautiful thing to watch a man find his true calling.
Travis Kalanick is cashing in on life by cashing out on Uber.
Uber's latest challenge comes in the form of angry firemen.
Three simple letters and the man is immortal.
Dara Khosrowshahi seems great, but no one plays nice with El Travis.
Upon reflection, there might only be one choice to clean up Kalanick's mess.
You heard it here first: Travis' replacement should come from Wall Street, not Sand Hill Road.
Finally, a good decision from Travis K.
Thanks for the "help" Arianna...
Uber is sharpening the guillotine in advance of the Holder Report release.
Is anything happening Thursday afternoon?
There should be literally one actionable item on Travis' desk right now.
Liane Hornsey also think Travis Kalanick is just misunderstood, so...