Former Uber Chief Executive Officer Travis Kalanick wrapped up his second and last day on the stand in federal court in San Francisco Wednesday by repeating his claim that he didn’t hire a top Google engineer for the purpose of stealing technology secrets for driverless cars.
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick has finally acceded to investor demands and resigned from the ride-hailing company he founded.
The mother of Uber’s CEO died Friday in a boating accident in Fresno County and his father is in serious condition.
About 20 people celebrated a victory Thursday afternoon in front of the Oakland building where Uber’s new headquarters is being built because Uber’s CEO and founder stepped down from President Donald Trump’s economic advisory council.
Arrests are underway at the Uber headquarters in San Francisco where eight protesters chained themselves to the front door Friday morning in opposition to the inauguration of President Donald Trump.
Uber is taking its self-driving vehicles to Arizona a day after the San Francisco-based ride-sharing company announced it had halted its pilot in California.