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Former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick is leaving the company for good.

The Frankie Boyer Show

00:46 sec | 6 months ago

Former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick is leaving the company for good.

"Former uber CEO Travis Kalanick will resign from the newly public companies board next week effectively severing ties with the ride hailing company he co founded a decade ago over once considered the world's most valuable startup turbo charged the gig economy is logged over fifteen billion trips since twenty ten Kalanick co founded over in two thousand nine but was ousted as chief executive in the summer of two thousand seventeen after series of management and sexual harassment scandals he stayed on as a member of the board until the announcement Kalanick recently sold more than two point five billion dollars worth of shares in the company more than ninety percent of his holdings after a one hundred eighty day lock up period following the company's may initial public offering for you as a radio news I'm

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"kalanick co" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:17 min | 6 months ago

"kalanick co" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Working on a Christmas present is not too much but there's a little time time is running out the north American aerospace defense command trac Santa's route every year he's already started deliveries in some parts of the world again CBS news correspondent Natalie brand reporting meantime a lawyer for the house Judiciary Committee says the Democrats would consider impeaching the president's again if new evidence of obstruction comes the light this part of a petition to interview former White House counsel down began the Judiciary Committee argues that they still see a need to hear from began because they want to determine whether or not his testimony is relevant as far as it pertains to the articles of impeachment at that were passed by the house as far as it pertains to a Senate trial that's corresponded Nicole Killian reporting from Washington the co founder of uber is severing ties with the ride hailing companies Travis Kalanick is resigning from movers board of directors he recently sold more than two and a half billion dollars worth of overstock Kalanick co founded the company a decade ago when it quickly took off with the company mired in a variety of lawsuits Kalanick was ousted as CEO in twenty seventeen CBS news correspondent but Michigan here to try to fire breaks out at a grocery store this on Christmas Eve sending customers and employees running for the exits that blaze said about twelve forty this afternoon in Detroit's at the metro food center on the west side along Warren your liver Noida luckily they've got everybody out of the store so there was some no injuries so far and that when we got there the fire around getting big we ended up having to pull people out and then went to what we call defensive to keep the fire from spreading and then it went to a second alarm the trade fire deputy commissioner Dave Fornell telling us we had about forty five firefighters on the scene an investigation into the cause of this blaze is on going tonight's meantime one woman is dead following a house fire this morning in the city of men role flames were first reported at about nine o'clock this at a duplex along tree mount St shortly after the fire was extinguished officials found the female victim in the north.

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Brash Uber co-founder Kalanick leaves board

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:23 sec | 6 months ago

Brash Uber co-founder Kalanick leaves board

"The co founder of uber is severing ties with the ride hailing companies Travis Kalanick is resigning from movers board of directors he recently sold more than two and a half billion dollars worth of overstock Kalanick co founded the company a decade ago when it quickly took off with the company mired in a variety of lawsuits Kalanick was ousted as CEO in twenty seventeen CBS news correspondent but

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"kalanick co" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:50 min | 6 months ago

"kalanick co" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"She doesn't mind the it rained really but she does warn before driving to the airport to get him involved not gonna say that but somebody's got to do it I love that back so hashtag don't go for that third margaritas only bad news that's how you lose bad decisions were made so I did at Logan Karen regal WBZ Boston's news radio there's a health warning for air travelers this week as if you wanted something else to worry about at least five U. S. airports are reporting passengers with confirmed cases of measles nothing around here but LA Chicago Denver Austin and Richmond all have reported cases ABC medical editor Dr Jennifer Ashton we have to remember the complications of the measles range from things like ear infections one in ten cases one in twenty chance of developing pneumonia then you talk about brain swelling one in a thousand and a death rate of one to two per thousand cases children pregnant women the elderly more systems and doctor actions as measles can take up to twelve days to present symptoms flu season continues to widen and deaths across the nation from the flu are continuing to rise the CDC says there have been eighteen hundred deaths so far this season including nineteen children federal health officials say all parts of the country of seen an increase in flu activity with widespread illness clustered in nineteen states mostly in the south and west at least three point seven million flu cases have been confirmed and thirty two thousand people have been hospitalized as corresponded Phil Hewlett ahead of Boeing was shown the door yesterday firing of CEO Dennis Malmberg comes as he was under pressure over his handling of a crisis caused by two seven thirty seven MAX plane crashes we get more from CBS is Chris van Cleve after two seven thirty seven MAX crashes killed three hundred forty six people in five months Boeing CEO Dennis Miller Burke said he was committed to fixing the problem regulators grounded the Max in March and Mullen Burke promised an aggressive time line to get the plane back in the air during his exclusive may interview with CBS evening news anchor and managing editor Nora o'donnell instead the company was forced to suspend production after the FAA said Boeing is twenty nineteen timeline was unrealistic American Airlines is suing delta over the use of the term flag ship American planes its competitors using the word to promote its premiums services but it's causing confusion among its own customers the lawsuit alleges delta's decision to use flagship has been a strategic choice Americans flagship marks have been used to describe services for first class and business passengers for more than eighty years over drivers been charged with sexually assaulting a woman he drove home from a Christmas party last weekend Leominster police say Joe's Henriquez of Acushnet picked up two roommates in Burlington and then drove them to let Mr last week the driver was then asked into the home for a drink the next morning the women called police to report the alleged assault drivers but arraigned on several charges and is being held pending a dangerous this hearing on Thursday the co founder of uber severing ties with the ride hailing companies CBS's but Michigan has details service Kalanick is resigning from movers board of directors he recently sold more than two and a half billion dollars worth of uber stock Kalanick co founded the company a decade ago when it quickly took off with the company mired in a variety of lawsuits Kalanick was ousted as CEO in twenty seventeen Kalanick reportedly will depart from the board of directors by the end of the year so he could focus on a new venture creating kitchens for food delivery services Jordan day on Wall Street today Christmas Eve with a half day for the major stock indexes which ended nearly flat little bit of a mixed finish for Wall Street and ahead of the abbreviated session the nasdaq was the only one gaining up seven points to eighty nine fifty two the Dow Jones industrials down to eight thirty six points the SP five hundred down a fraction markets will.

"kalanick co" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:52 min | 6 months ago

"kalanick co" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Here almost three hours early just to get through the TSA because it's crazy it's busy this is a huge hobby airport is unbelievable the the holidays time weather's slowing down travel in much of the west pilgrims have gathered in Bethlehem the traditional birthplace of Christ to celebrate Christmas in the holy land at the Vatican tourists and faithful visiting Saint Peter's square today on Christmas Eve are enjoying sunny weather and blue skies hundreds of turned out to see the large brightly lit Christmas tree in the square and the recently inaugurated nativity scene CBS's Sabina castle Franco author Elizabeth Spencer's died in Chapel Hill North Carolina her novels and short stories explored the conflicts in in our lives of ordinary people in the Deep South she was ninety eight the co founder of uber is severing ties with the ride sharing company got its Kalanick is resigning from movers board of directors he recently sold more than two and a half billion dollars worth of uber stock Kalanick co founded the company a decade ago when it quickly took off with the company mired in a variety of lawsuits Kalanick was ousted as CEO in twenty seventeen CBS's but Michigan sure trading day a half day of trading on Wall Street the Dow lost thirty six points today closing at twenty eight five fifteen the nasdaq was up seven it's a record high the S. and P. fell a fraction markets closed tomorrow for Christmas reopened Thursday this is CBS news did you know you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com that it's eleven oh three at the bay area's news station KCBS we have cloudy skies and a chance of rain today good morning I'm Jennifer Hodges here's.

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"kalanick co" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:54 min | 6 months ago

"kalanick co" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Air on the ground about a third of the population is heading somewhere for the holidays at Minneapolis St Paul International Airport Lisa man says wait time there was frustrating at to come here almost three hours early just to get through the TSA because it's crazy is busy this is a huge hobby airport is unbelievable the people in the holidays time weather's slowing down travel in much of the west pilgrims have gathered in Bethlehem the traditional birthplace of Christ to celebrate Christmas in the holy land at the Vatican terrorists and faithful visiting Saint Peter's square today on Christmas Eve are enjoying sunny weather and blue skies hundreds of turned out to see the large brightly lit Christmas tree in the square and the recently inaugurated nativity scene CBS's Sabina castle Franco author Elizabeth Spencer's died in Chapel Hill North Carolina her novels and short stories explored the conflicts in in our lives of ordinary people in the Deep South she was ninety eight the co founder of uber is severing ties with the ride sharing company got its Kalanick is resigning from overs board of directors he recently sold more than two and a half billion dollars worth of overstock Kalanick co founded the company a decade ago when it quickly took off with the company mired in a variety of lawsuits Kalanick was ousted as CEO in twenty seventeen CBS's but Michigan sure treating data have been trading on Wall Street the Dow lost thirty six points today closing at twenty eight five fifteen the nasdaq was up seven it's a record high the S. and P. fell a fraction markets closed tomorrow for Christmas reopen Thursday this is CBS news did you know you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com app this is.

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"kalanick co" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

03:06 min | 6 months ago

"kalanick co" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"The air on the ground about a third of the population is heading somewhere for the holidays at Minneapolis St Paul International Airport Lisa man says wait time there was frustrated had to come here almost three hours early just to get through the TSA because it's crazy it's busy this is a huge hobby airport is unbelievable the people in the holidays time weather's slowing down travel in much of the west pilgrims have gathered in Bethlehem the traditional birthplace of Christ to celebrate Christmas in the holy land at the Vatican terrorists and faithful visiting Saint Peter's square today on Christmas Eve are enjoying sunny weather and blue skies hundreds of turned out to see the large brightly lit Christmas tree in the square and the recently inaugurated nativity scene CBS's Sabina castle Franco author Elizabeth Spencer's died in Chapel Hill North Carolina her novels and short stories explored the conflicts in in our lives of ordinary people in the Deep South she was ninety eight the co founder of uber is severing ties with the ride sharing company got its Kalanick is resigning from movers board of directors he recently sold more than two and a half billion dollars worth of uber stock Kalanick co founded the company a decade ago when it quickly took off with the company mired in a variety of lawsuits Kalanick was ousted as CEO in twenty seventeen CBS's but Michigan short breeding data have been trading on Wall Street the Dow lost thirty six points today closing at twenty eight five fifteen the nasdaq was up seven it's a record high yes and P. fell a fraction markets closed tomorrow for Christmas reopen Thursday this is CBS news did you know you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com that K. help wanted signs are up at the census bureau ahead of the new year when census takers will be making their appointed rounds CBS is Peter Kay and accurate count is a must in the stakes are high with billions.

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"kalanick co" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:53 min | 6 months ago

"kalanick co" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"The air on the ground about a third of the population is heading somewhere for the holidays at Minneapolis St Paul International Airport Lisa man says wait time there was frustrated had to come here almost three hours early just to get through the TSA because it's crazy is busy this is a huge hobby airport is unbelievable the the whole time weather's slowing down travel in much of the west pilgrims have gathered in Bethlehem the traditional birthplace of Christ to celebrate Christmas in the holy land at the Vatican terrorists unfaithful visiting Saint Peter's square today on Christmas Eve are enjoying sunny weather and blue skies hundreds of turned out to see the large brightly lit Christmas tree in the square and the recently inaugurated nativity scene yes is Sabina castle Franco author Elizabeth Spencer's died in Chapel Hill North Carolina her novels and short stories explored the conflicts and in our lives of ordinary people in the Deep South she was ninety eight the co founder of uber is severing ties with the ride sharing company got its Kalanick is resigning from movers board of directors he recently sold more than two and a half billion dollars worth of overstock Kalanick co founded the company a decade ago when it quickly took off with the company mired in a variety of lawsuits Kalanick was ousted as CEO in twenty seventeen CBS's but Michigan your trading day a half day of trading on Wall Street the Dow lost thirty six points today closing at twenty eight five fifteen the nasdaq was up seven it's a record high the S. and P. fell a fraction markets closed tomorrow for Christmas reopened Thursday this is CBS news did you know you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com now.

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"kalanick co" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:58 min | 6 months ago

"kalanick co" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"The air on the ground about a third of the population is heading somewhere for the holidays at Minneapolis St Paul International Airport Lisa man says wait time there was frustrated had to come here almost three hours early just to get through the TSA because it's crazy it's busy this is a huge hobby airport is unbelievable the people in the holidays time weather's slowing down travel in much of the west pilgrims have gathered in Bethlehem the traditional birthplace of Christ to celebrate Christmas in the holy land at the Vatican tourists and faithful visiting Saint Peter's square today on Christmas Eve are enjoying sunny weather and blue skies hundreds of turned out to see the large brightly lit Christmas tree in the square and the recently inaugurated nativity scene CBS's Sabina castle Franco author Elizabeth Spencer's died in Chapel Hill North Carolina her novels and short stories explored the conflicts in in our lives of ordinary people in the Deep South she was ninety eight the co founder of uber is severing ties with the ride sharing company got its Kalanick is resigning from overs board of directors he recently sold more than two and a half billion dollars worth of uber stock Kalanick co founded the company a decade ago when it quickly took off with the company mired in a variety of lawsuits Kalanick was ousted as C. E. in twenty seventeen CBS's but Michigan sure trading day a half day of trading on Wall Street the Dow lost thirty six points today closing at twenty eight five fifteen the nasdaq was up seven it's a record high the S. and P. fell a fraction markets closed tomorrow for Christmas reopen Thursday this is CBS news did you know you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com app.

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"kalanick co" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:54 min | 6 months ago

"kalanick co" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Ground about a third of the population is heading somewhere for the holidays at Minneapolis St Paul International Airport Lisa man says wait time there was frustrated had to come here almost three hours early just to get through the TSA because it's crazy it's busy this is a huge hobby airport is unbelievable the people in the holidays time weather's slowing down travel in much of the west pilgrims have gathered in Bethlehem the traditional birthplace of Christ to celebrate Christmas in the holy land at the Vatican tourists and faithful visiting Saint Peter's square today on Christmas Eve are enjoying sunny weather and blue skies hundreds of turned out to see the large brightly lit Christmas tree in the square and the recently inaugurated nativity scene CBS's Sabina castle Franco author Elizabeth Spencer's died in Chapel Hill North Carolina her novels and short stories explored the conflicts and in our lives of ordinary people in the Deep South she was ninety eight the co founder of uber is severing ties with the ride sharing company got its Kalanick is resigning from ubers board of directors he recently sold more than two and a half billion dollars worth of uber stock Kalanick co founded the company a decade ago when it quickly took off with the company mired in a variety of lawsuits Kalanick was ousted as CEO in twenty seventeen CBS's but Michigan the short trading day a half day of trading on Wall Street the Dow lost thirty six points today closing at twenty eight five fifteen the nasdaq was up seven it's a record high the S. and P. fell a fraction markets closed tomorrow for Christmas reopen Thursday this is CBS news did you know you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com app from the downtown Minneapolis.

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"kalanick co" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:50 min | 6 months ago

"kalanick co" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"The air on the ground about a third of the population is heading somewhere for the holidays at Minneapolis St Paul International Airport Lisa man says wait time there was frustrated had to come here almost three hours early just to get through the TSA because it's crazy is busy this is a huge hobby airport is unbelievable the the holidays time weather's slowing down travel in much of the west pilgrims have gathered in Bethlehem the traditional birthplace of Christ to celebrate Christmas in the holy land at the Vatican terrorists and faithful visiting Saint Peter's square today on Christmas Eve are enjoying sunny weather and blue skies hundreds of turned out to see the large brightly lit Christmas tree in the square and the recently inaugurated nativity scene yes is Sabina castle Franco author Elizabeth Spencer's died in Chapel Hill North Carolina her novels and short stories explored the conflicts and in our lives of ordinary people in the Deep South she was ninety eight the co founder of uber is severing ties with the ride sharing company Abbas Kalanick is resigning from movers board of directors he recently sold more than two and a half billion dollars worth of overstock Kalanick co founded the company a decade ago when it quickly took off with the company mired in a variety of lawsuits Kalanick was ousted as CEO in twenty seventeen CBS's but Michigan sure trading day a half day of trading on Wall Street the Dow lost thirty six points today closing at twenty eight five fifteen the nasdaq was up seven it's a record high the S. and P. fell a fraction markets closed tomorrow for Christmas reopened Thursday this is CBS news did you know you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio.

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"kalanick co" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:50 min | 6 months ago

"kalanick co" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"The air on the ground about a third of the population is heading somewhere for the holidays at Minneapolis St Paul International Airport Lisa man says wait time there was frustrated had to come here almost three hours early just to get through the TSA because it's crazy is busy this is a huge hobby airport is unbelievable the people and the holidays time weather's slowing down travel in much of the west pilgrims have gathered in Bethlehem the traditional birthplace of Christ to celebrate Christmas in the holy land at the Vatican tourists and faithful visiting Saint Peter's square today on Christmas Eve are enjoying sunny weather and blue skies hundreds of turned out to see the large brightly lit Christmas tree in the square and the recently inaugurated nativity scene CBS's Sabina castle Franco author Elizabeth Spencer's died in Chapel Hill North Carolina her novels and short stories explored the conflicts and in our lives of ordinary people in the Deep South she was ninety eight the co founder of uber is severing ties with the ride sharing company got its Kalanick is resigning from ubers board of directors he recently sold more than two and a half billion dollars worth of overstock Kalanick co founded the company a decade ago when it quickly took off with the company mired in a variety of lawsuits Kalanick was ousted as CEO in twenty seventeen CBS's but Michigan sure trading day a half day of trading on Wall Street the Dow lost thirty six points today closing at twenty eight five fifteen the nasdaq was up seven it's a record high the S. and P. fell a fraction markets closed tomorrow for Christmas reopened Thursday this is CBS news did you know you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com or.

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"kalanick co" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:50 min | 6 months ago

"kalanick co" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Through the TSA because it's crazy it's busy this is a huge hobby airport is unbelievable the the whole time weather's slowing down travel in much of the west hill rooms of gathered in Bethlehem the traditional birthplace of Christ to celebrate Christmas in the holy land at the Vatican terrorists and faithful visiting Saint Peter's square today on Christmas Eve are enjoying sunny weather and blue skies hundreds of turned out to see the large brightly lit Christmas tree in the square and the recently inaugurated nativity scene yes it is Sabina castle Franco author Elizabeth Spencer's died in Chapel Hill North Carolina her novels and short stories explored the conflicts in in our lives of ordinary people in the Deep South she was ninety eight the co founder of uber is severing ties with the ride sharing company got its Kalanick is resigning from movers board of directors he recently sold more than two and a half billion dollars worth of overstock Kalanick co founded the company a decade ago when it quickly took off with the company mired in a variety of lawsuits Kalanick was ousted as CEO in twenty seventeen CBS's but Michigan your trading day a half day of trading on Wall Street the Dow lost thirty six points today closing at twenty eight five fifteen the nasdaq was up seven it's a record high the S. and P. fell a fraction markets closed tomorrow for Christmas reopen Thursday this is CBS news hard hitting investigations in depth interviews and profiles of people in the news sixty minutes is America's number one news program Sundays on CBS Wesley is a truck driver and I love what I do a truck driver with IRS troubles than forty three thousand dollars got really bad quite a few letters in the mail they were talking.

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"kalanick co" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:17 min | 6 months ago

"kalanick co" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"K. with a check your money with Kelly brothers that Genevieve's preferred and brothers Travis Kalanick co founder of uber was one CEO he is selling uber stock like crazy and it is been impacting the share price but he's down to about two hundred and fifty million dollars worth of uber shares very start with two and a half billion not that long ago started selling after what is called the lock up period expired he resigned as CEO in twenty seventeen amid a series of scandals at uber Boeing is had a rough year compared to the rest of the market and today they forced out their CEO Dennis Muhlenberg is god David Calhoun is bent on the board he is taking over but not till mid January not sure what they're gonna do the next few weeks because they are really looking to get that seven thirty seven MAX recertified and safe to fly once again here the final numbers today all three major averages hitting new records the nasdaq has been up nine consecutive days of the Santa rally in full effect doubt ninety six twenty five fifty one nasdaq up twenty at eighty nine forty five the S. and P. up nearly three points gold up seven to fourteen eighty eight announced ten year bond yield one point nine three percent thank you Kelly six fifty three and five in the know your news quiz all the great prize we have a ticket to see cirque du soleil's Luna that's going to be Thursday January twenty third at Sutter health park under the big top that's our big prize for the night and the total value of these tickets two hundred and seventy dollars but if you want to win you have to know your news here are the clothes Karen Gerald R. Ford do solemnly swear it was December and Gerald Ford was sworn in as vice president I will support and defend the constitution of the United States OJ Simpson said a two thousand yard rushing record on TV the children's special the borrowers aired on the hallmark hall of fame series on NBC's a Robin Hood and made Merion wave farewell at the movies Disney release their animated version of Robin Hood live happily ever after and you bought a copy of the biggest hit record on the radio.

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"kalanick co" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:13 min | 10 months ago

"kalanick co" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Told in super pumped the battle for uber by Mike Isaac he covers technology for The New York Times Mike could have yeah Hey thanks for having me I'm just gonna start with the declarative sentences and I'm gonna ask you to run with it uber as a company is kind of a jerk. I think that is I think that's how to to to say and how people see it whether they like it or not that's right so let's start someone issue at the beginning Travis Kalanick co founds his company and the ethos is in essence we will do whatever it takes to break into whatever market we want to get into. the heck with whatever the laws are and I want you to start me where you start the book in Portland Oregon in two thousand fourteen and I'm trying to get into that market there. yeah that's right so from the very beginning Travis Kalanick knew that the taxi organizations and politicians that are established in different cities we're gonna fight uber tooth and nail to to keep them from entering every city that they were so Travis being Travis decides that's not gonna happen and no matter what he's gonna win and he's going to get into the city so where we begin is this idea around a software tool that they created internally called a great ball and essentially what it is is a way to hide cars from the regulators in cities that we're trying to pull over over when it was operating illegally and given tickets or impound cars so in Portland where we start the book over had sent out operatives to essentially spy on transportation officials and some police tag their phones with the gray ball code and every time the those officials tried to call a car they weren't able to an uber would recognize them and you know just like completely not let them use the service so. it was either the ethics of that it might run questionably legal as well well and and it's not a long long jump from that attitude of we're gonna do whatever it takes forget what the laws say to business ethically questionable things to the culture inside the company of misogyny and very bro we and doing what it takes and all those things that combined really to this is not too strong a word to shatter Hoover's reputation right I mean you think about Susan Feller than engineer who came public with her story in in two thousand seventeen at all kind of goes to hack that's totally right I mean I just read it a paper a piece in The Washington Post this this week that said even two years after Hoover has a new CEO a dark house are shot he even all these ads that they've plastered all over the place and the reputation is still in the tank because I think the founder of really just sort of implanted his DNA on the entire internal culture and I think it's very difficult to change a company's DNA once it gets to a certain level can we just say for a second here that that as ubiquitous as his company has become it is still losing hundreds of millions of dollars it has actually made a dime in profit that's right I mean this is the the sort of grand irony of it really did change the world in ways that we could have anticipated there's all sorts of different ways is having effects on how the city's operate how we get around how food and and retail works and at the same time maybe the business model might not actually work the company's CEO has said the CEO said specifically we don't expect to be profitable in the near term and just hold on with us because you know what we anticipate becoming the Amazon transportation one day yeah and you know we all know that Amazon didn't do really well until I started doing really really well right so that's the parallel there a word here about age how would change the world which undeniably it did but but in a in a very specific way it changed the labor force right I mean rumor was not the first but at the very front of the gig economy. yeah that's right I mean there's this whole entire other battle on what labor rights are going to look like and opposed to the world I think it was it really was one of the first companies to to pioneer this hybrid model of contractor or at least popular eyes contractor gig part time labor force it's really difficult to to reconcile that in it you know right now there's a fight going on that all of the company's not just over but all of the gate economy companies are pushing in California to make sure that that permit contractor classes per minute so it's on going do me a favor and step backward J. and and applied. just a circle back to where we started this idea that covers a jerk right Silicon Valley is full of you know would be wonder cans most of them do most of them very full of themselves you know who I guess was doctor burgers at move fast and break stuff is this kind of the way it goes in Silicon Valley and and is that gonna change. you know it's funny I I think for a very long time probably the last you know fifteen twenty years there were examples like Zuckerberg or Larry page and Sergei of of giving all that power over the founders and and having it really work out and everyone at least in the valley getting rich and I think. Abbas Kalanick an uber kind of represents the the polar opposite end of that and what can happen to a company when you sort of give up all that power and let someone run rampant with their vision and and perhaps it it can talk syfy an entire organization so that said a lot of people made out with billions of dollars Travis is a billionaire many times over as well as all the feces so cynically I don't know if anyone has really learned their lesson right now and I'm curious what this next generation companies are going to look like. Mike Isaac personality for The New York Times at a silicon valley's book it's a really really good rate I gotta tell you it's called super pump the battle for Hoover like.

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"kalanick co" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:12 min | 10 months ago

"kalanick co" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Told in super pumped the battle for uber by Mike Isaac he covers technology for The New York Times Mike could have yeah Hey thanks for having me I'm just gonna start with the declarative sentences and I'm gonna ask you to run with it uber as a company is kind of a jerk. I think that is I think that's how to to to say and how people see it whether they like it or not that's right so let's start someone issue at the beginning Travis Kalanick co founds his company and the ethos is in essence we will do whatever it takes to break into whatever market we want to get into. the heck with whatever the laws are and I want you to start me where you start the book in Portland Oregon in two thousand fourteen and I'm trying to get into that market there. yeah that's right so from the very beginning Travis Kalanick knew that the taxi organizations and politicians that are established in different cities we're gonna fight uber to send mail to to keep them from entering every city that they were so Travis being Travis decides that's not gonna happen and no matter what he's gonna win and he's going to get into the city so where we begin is this idea around a software tool that they created internally called a great ball and essentially what it is is a way to hide cars from the regulators in cities that we're trying to pull over over when it was operating illegally and given tickets or impound cars so in Portland where we start the book Hooper had sent out operatives to essentially spy on transportation officials and some police tag their phones with the gray ball code and every time the those officials tried to call a car they weren't able to an uber would recognize them and you know just like completely not let them use the service so. it was either the ethics of that it might right question Billy legal as well well and and it's not a long long jump from that attitude of we're gonna do whatever it takes forget what the laws say to business ethically questionable things to the culture inside the company of misogyny and very bro we and doing what it takes and all those things the combined really to this is not too strong a word to shatter Hoover's reputation right I mean you think about Susan Feller than engineer who came public with her story in in two thousand seventeen at all kind of goes to act that's totally right I mean I just read it a paper a piece in The Washington Post this week that said even two years after we were has a new CEO a dark house are shot he even all these ads that they've plastered all over the place and their reputation is still in the tank because I think the founder of really just sort of implanted his DNA on the entire internal culture and I think it's very difficult to change a company's DNA once it gets to a certain level. can we just say for a second here that that as ubiquitous as his company has become it is still losing hundreds of millions of dollars it has actually made a dime and profit that's right I mean this is the the sort of grand irony of it really did change the world in ways that we could have anticipated there's all sorts of different ways is having effects on how the city's operate how we get around how food and and retail works and at the same time maybe the business model might not actually work the company's CEO has said the CEO said specifically we don't expect to be profitable in the near term and just hold on with us because you know what we anticipate becoming the Amazon transportation one day yeah and you know we all know that Amazon didn't do really well until I started doing really really well right so that's the parallel there a word about age how would change the world which undeniably it did but but in a in a very specific way it changed the labor force right I mean whoever was not the first but at the very front of the gig economy. yeah that's right I mean there's this whole entire other battle on what labor rights are going to look like an opposed to a world I think it was it really was one of the first companies to to pioneer this hybrid model of contractor or at least popularize contractor gig part time labor force it's really difficult to to reconcile that in it you know right now there's a fight going on that all of the company's not just over but all of the gate how many companies are pushing in California to make sure that that permanent contractor classes per minute so it's on going do me a favor and step backward J. and and applied. just a circle back to where we started this idea that covers a jerk right Silicon Valley is full of you know would be wonder cans most of them do most of them very full of themselves you know who I guess was doctor burgers at move fast and break stuff is this kind of the way it goes in Silicon Valley and and is that gonna change. you know it's funny yeah I think for a very long time probably the last you know fifteen twenty years there were examples like Zuckerberg or Larry page and Sergei of of giving all that power over the founders and and having it really work out and everyone at least in the valley getting rich and I think Travis Kalanick an uber kind of represents the the polar opposite end of that and what can happen to a company when you sort of give up all that power and let someone run rampant with their vision and and perhaps it it can talk syfy an entire organization so that said a lot of people made out with billions of dollars Travis is a billionaire many times over as well as all the V. sees so cynically I don't know if anyone has really learned their lesson right now and I'm curious what this next generation companies are going to look like. Mike Isaac personality for The New York Times at a silicon valley's book it's a really really good rate I gotta tell you it's called super pump the battle.

Mike Isaac Travis Kalanick The New York Times fifteen twenty years two years one day
"kalanick co" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:13 min | 10 months ago

"kalanick co" Discussed on KCRW

"Told in super pumped the battle for uber by Mike Isaac he covers technology for The New York Times Mike could have yeah Hey thanks for having me I'm just gonna start with the declarative sentences and I'm gonna ask you to run with it uber as a company is kind of a jerk. I think that is I think that's how to to to say and how people see it whether they like it or not that's right so let's start someone issue at the beginning Travis Kalanick co founds his company and the ethos is in essence we will do whatever it takes to break into whatever market we want to get into. the heck with whatever the laws are and I want you to start me where you start the book in Portland Oregon in two thousand fourteen and I'm trying to get into that market there. yeah that's right so from the very beginning Travis Kalanick knew that the taxi organizations and politicians that are established in different cities we're gonna fight uber too thin nail to to keep them from entering every city that they were so Travis being Travis decides that's not gonna happen and no matter what he's gonna win and he's going to get into the city so where we begin is this idea around a software tool that they created internally called a great ball and essentially what it is is a way to hide cars from the regulators in cities that we're trying to pull over over when it was operating illegally and give them tickets or impound cars so in Portland where we start the book over had sent out operatives to essentially spy on transportation officials and some police tag their phones with the gray ball code and every time the those officials tried to call a car they weren't able to an uber would recognize them and you know just like completely not let them use the service so. it was either the ethics of that it might right question Billy legal as well well and and it's not a long long jump from that attitude of we're gonna do whatever it takes forget what the laws say to business ethically questionable things to the culture inside the company of misogyny and very bro we and doing what it takes and all those things the combined really to this is not too strong a word to shatter Hoover's reputation right I mean you think about Susan Feller than engineer who came public with her story in in two thousand seventeen at all kind of goes to act that's totally right I mean I just read it a paper a piece in The Washington Post this this week that said even two years after Hoover has a new CEO a dark house are shot he even all these ads that they've plastered all over the place and their reputation is still in the tank because I think the founder of really just sort of implanted his DNA on the entire internal culture and I think it's very difficult to change a company's DNA once it gets to a certain level. can we just say for a second here that that as ubiquitous as his company has become it is still losing hundreds of millions of dollars it has actually made a dime in profit that's right I mean this is the the sort of grand irony of for it really did change the world in ways that we could have anticipated there's all sorts of different ways is having effects on how the city's operate how we get around how food and and retail works and at the same time maybe the business model might not actually work the company's CEO has said the CEO said specifically we don't expect to be profitable in the near term and just hold on with us because you know what we anticipate becoming the Amazon transportation one day yeah and you know we all know that Amazon didn't do really well until I started doing really really well right so that's the parallel there a word here about age how would change the world which undeniably it did but but in a in a very specific way it changed the labor force right I mean whoever was not the first but at the very front of the gig economy. yeah that's right I mean there's this whole entire other battle on what labor rights are going to look like an opposed to a world I think it was it really was one of the first companies to to pioneer this hybrid model of contractor orderlies popularize contractor gig part time labor force it's really difficult to to reconcile that in it you know right now there's a fight going on that all of the company's not just over but all of the gate on any companies are pushing in California to make sure that that permanent contractor classes per minute so it's on going do me a favor and step backward J. and and apply. just a circle back to where we started this idea that rivers a jerk right Silicon Valley is full of you know would be wonder cans most of them do most of them very full of themselves you know who I guess was doctor burgers at move fast and break stuff is this kind of the way it goes in Silicon Valley and and is that gonna change. you know it's funny I I think for a very long time probably the last you know fifteen twenty years there were examples like Zuckerberg or Larry page and Sergei of of giving all that power over the founders and and having it really work out and everyone at least in the valley getting rich and I think Travis Kalanick an uber kind of represents the the polar opposite end of that and what can happen to a company when you sort of give up all that power and let someone run rampant with their vision and and perhaps it it can talk syfy an entire organization so that said a lot of people made out with billions of dollars Travis is a billionaire many times over as well as all the V. sees so cynically I don't know if anyone has really learned their lesson right now and I'm curious what this next generation companies are going to look like. Mike Isaac personality for The New York Times at a silicon valley's book is a really really good rate I gotta tell you it's called super pump the battle for uber like.

Mike Isaac Travis Kalanick The New York Times fifteen twenty years two years one day
"kalanick co" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"kalanick co" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Top tier entrepreneurs and especially hard to get in on the deals that top entrepreneurs doing great travis kalanick co mujber the almost mustwin testily these people if the running a copies of dude doing another round of investing on their current company like investors are knocking on their door two to get into that deal so i think it's important kind of frame to have when we are seeing with investors it's like people with a kid there's a lot is crazy but there's a lot of cash in the world there's a lot of people who wish they could take that cash invested in something and see some returns leery living pianist what they do for a living and there's very few worldclass on numerous tear there's very few people that can take some thing and make it into a lot they're just not that many people like in fear if you can do that then you will never have problem raise money lead in can fundamentally creek value raising money from investors i think can get sidetracked by like though i got to raise money it's like look if you can save if you operate business and you can turn a profit everyone wants to invest that like that's just not even a question i love that you brought that up because it's it's like everything in life it's how you look at it and how you raymond cofounder of neutral box michael brass joining us we're here to inspire informing kidnapped community entrepeneurship uh mark lack in the business rockstars and he brought a great point because it all has to do with posturing i mean it's the difference team it's just a human but human could be extremely confident or confident and accompanied could be begging for money or they can posture themselves where you're lucky to even have the opportunity to invest in us so what do you think it takes outside of the mindset but actually the business to set a veteran or a company should have investors knocking on their door versus the opposite i think there's a things i mean i think he kinda have did not wait for permission lengthier investors are have nothing to do with how much press you're getting or how much sales are doing like as that comes down to.

raymond cofounder
"kalanick co" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

Rooster Teeth Podcast

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"kalanick co" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

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