Travis Kalanick

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Lyft: a driver hub in San Francisco, the city where the ride-hailing service is based. Photograph: Christie Hemm Klok/New York Times

Uber is losing ground in the United States, its biggest market, to a rival once written off as a bit player, as the ride-hailing company grapples with(...)

Donald Trump: If you investigate the current US president with a dream team, nightmares are bound to follow. Photograh:  Bill Pugliano/Getty Images)

It’s been a bad week for brozillas. Our two most famous Neanderthal disrupters, one on each coast, have been in a race to see who can flame out more q(...)

Ryanair chairman David Bonderman and the airline’s chief executive, Michael O’Leary.

You’d be forgiven for assuming that Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary was the airline’s only motormouth. After all, before it changed tack a few(...)

Uber CEO Travis Kalanick: he is said to be considering a three-month leave of absence. Photograph:  Reuters

Uber is, in many ways, the quintessential Silicon Valley start-up story, and it will be studied, analysed and discussed for years to come. But there(...)

David Bonderman quit the board of Uber after saying, at a company meeting, that having more women on a board meant more talking.

David Bonderman, founder of private equity group TPG, has quit the board of Uber after making a sexist joke at a company meeting, adding to the turmoi(...)

Travis Kalanick’s decision to step aside as CEO of Uber  follows a time of crisis that has profoundly shaken Silicon Valley’s most valuable private company and led to the departure of many top executives.

Uber’s chief executive Travis Kalanick has decided to go on leave, after a series of controversies as well as a personal tragedy due to a death in his(...)

San Francisco-based Uber is valued at nearly $70 billion but has yet to turn a profit.

Uber’s board will discuss chief executive Travis Kalanick temporarily stepping away from the embattled ride-hailing firm and consider sweeping changes(...)

Uber founder Travis Kalanick, whose company is under pressure from a sexual harassment inquiry that has seen 20 employees fired.

When Uber employees learned that the company had fired more than 20 of their colleagues as part of a harassment inquiry, it fell to an external lawyer(...)

Uber app logo: Uber did not agree to “co-operate and comply with the EU and/or Swiss Data Protection Authorities”. Photograph: Neil Hall

The New York Times’ unflattering profile last weekend of Uber founder Travis Kalanick (

A self-driving  Volvo SUV owned and operated by Uber  is flipped on its side after a collision in  Arizona

Uber has said it is suspending the testing of its self-driving vehicles after one of the vehicles was involved in a collision in Tempe, Arizona. The U(...)

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