Drivers rebel against Uber's price-cutting quest for growth - Yahoo Finance

This Wednesday, March 1, 2017, photo shows an exterior view of the headquarters of Uber in San Francisco. A combative CEO leading a fast-growing company with ambitions to dominate ride-hailing across the globe gave rise to Uber's latest public image ...

Uber CEO pledges to 'grow up' after video shows him lashing out at a driver - Los Angeles Times

Uber Chief Executive Travis Kalanick has apologized, saying he admits he needs “leadership help,” after a video showed him berating one of the company's drivers. The dashcam video obtained by Bloomberg News and released Tuesday shows Kalanick ...

Uber Is Facing a Leadership Crisis That Could Cause Lasting Damage - TIME

“I make sure every year is a hard year,” Uber CEO Travis Kalanick said in early February. “That's kind of how I roll.” At the time, Kalanick had no idea how grueling his year was about to become. Case in point: The very video in which Kalanick made ...

Bro. BRO! Travis Kalanick Is Totally Sorry. - WIRED

It's been a tough few weeks for Travis Kalanick, the testosteronerous 40-year-old Uber CEO whose swagger-braggart ways have been felled by a series of totally uncool events, including the anti-Trump #DeleteUber campaign, as well as accounts of sexual ...

Will Uber Replace CEO Kalanick? - 24/7 Wall St.

Uber CEO Travis Kalanick found himself in hot water after a video surfaced of him arguing with an Uber driver over lowering fares. Ultimately no chief executive wants to find themselves in this position, especially publicly. The question is whether ...

Dear Travis... leadership tips for Uber's beleaguered boss - BBC News

"This is the first time I've been willing to admit that I need leadership help and I intend to get it." On Monday night, Travis Kalanick, Uber's boss, was obliged to grovel over his behaviour towards his driver. And, as we all know, recognising you ...

Uber CEO Caught on Video Cursing at Driver Who Questioned Policies - KQED

First, credit where credit is due: It was Bloomberg that got hold of video of a San Francisco Uber Black driver, Fawzi Kamel, getting into an argument with the guy who is sort of his boss, Uber CEO Travis Kalanick. Kalanick had been on his way to a ...

“I need leadership help,” Uber CEO Kalanick says after video goes viral - Ars Technica

Uber is already under suspicion of fostering a culture of sexual harassment, and the ride-hailing service appears worried about losing customers. But things just got a bit more toxic. An Uber driver released dashcam footage to Bloomberg News of him and ...

Don't Let Travis Kalanick Off the Hook for Uber's Sexual Harassment Culture - Fortune

Uber CEO Travis Kalanick's apparent surprise about the toxic culture at the ride-sharing company, amid allegations of sexual harassment and troubling reports that HR did not sufficiently intervene, sends up a glaring red flag about his leadership and ...

Uber has suffered 4 scandals in 10 days - Yahoo Finance

It was only one month ago that the hashtag #DeleteUber began trending, after Uber promoted its service during protests at New York's Kennedy Airport against President Trump's travel ban. That was a very bad weekend for Uber, and by the end of it, more ...

Uber CEO Travis Kalanick Says He Needs to 'Grow Up' After Video of Argument With a Driver Released - Entrepreneur

From #DeleteUber to a sexual harassment lawsuit, Uber is in hot water and the nightmare is not over yet. Uber CEO Travis Kalanick has again found himself at the heart of another scandal -- although this time there's video. A recording released by ...

Travis Kalanick will be 'legendary' like Bill Gates, says Uber investor - CNBC

A video showing Uber CEO Travis Kalanick arguing with an Uber driver that was leaked to Bloomberg is not representative of him, said Jason Calacanis, Inside.com founder and an investor in Uber on "Squawk Alley." "Travis is going to turn into one of ...

Snap, Uber, Samsung: An Optimist's Guide to Tech's Madness - Fortune

The President ended his first address to Congress last night on a markedly optimistic note. It got me thinking about the power of optimism and some of the hopeful things that might happen in the technology industry: * I'm optimistic that when Snap goes ...

Uber CEO apologizes after video shows him berating driver - Phys.Org

Uber chief Travis Kalanick has apologized, acknowledging that "I must fundamentally change as a leader and grow up," after a video showed him verbally abusing a driver for the service. In a message to Uber employees late Tuesday, Kalanick cited the ...

It's Time for Uber to Grow Up - MIT Technology Review

Sexual discrimination, explosive lawsuits, and an aggressive CEO all need to be tamed if the company wants to maintain its success. by Jamie Condliffe; March 1, 2017. Uber CEO, Travis Kalanick, says he needs to "change as a leader." February couldn't ...

As Uber Melts Down, Its CEO Says He 'Must Fundamentally Change' - The Atlantic

Like ​The Atlantic? Subscribe to ​The Atlantic Daily​, our free weekday email newsletter. It took eight years and at least as many back-to-back-to-back-to-back controversies to break Travis Kalanick. After a stunning month of scandals at Uber, Kalanick ...

After Video Of Dispute With Driver, Uber CEO Says He Needs To 'Grow Up' - NPR

In a brief note emailed sent to Uber employees Tuesday evening, company co-founder and CEO Travis Kalanick struck a contrite tone. He offered an apology with no caveats or excuses — just hours after a video surfaced showing him arguing with an Uber ...

Uber chief Travis Kalanick apologizes after video reveals him yelling at driver - New York Daily News

Uber CEO Travis Kalanick formally apologized after video emerged showing him lashing out at one of the company's drivers, admitting that he needs to “grow up” and seek “leadership help.” In a note distributed to employees, the controversial executive ...

'I must fundamentally change and grow up': Uber CEO Travis Kalanick's big apology - Washington Post

On Tuesday evening, Uber chief executive Travis Kalanick sent every one of his employees — some 11,000 people — yet another apology. It was in reaction to a six-minute dash cam video, obtained and published hours earlier by Bloomberg, showing ...

Uber CEO Says He Needs to 'Grow Up' After Video Shows Him Arguing with a Driver - Fortune

Uber Technologies Chief Executive Travis Kalanick on Tuesday said it was time for him to "grow up" and get help after a video was published showing him getting into an argument with a driver for the ride service who complained about pay rates ...