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Travis Kalanick's next act
Travis Kalanick, the former Uber chief executive, who was ousted from the ride hailing company after a series of scandals, has a new venture. CloudKitchens describes itself as offering smart kitchens for delivery-only restaurants and itâ€™s coming to Europe soon. Malcolm Moore talks to Tim Bradshaw about the venture and its prospects.Contributors: Suzanne Blumsom, executive editor, Malcolm Moore, technology news editor and Tim Bradshaw, global technology correspondent. Producer: Fiona Symon
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Equity Shot: Lyft is public -- what does that mean for other IPO-ready unicorns?
Hello and welcome back toÂ Equity, TechCrunchâ€™s venture capital-focused podcast, where we unpack the numbers behind the headlines. Sure, we just aired a new episode yesterday but things keep happening, and after talking about this crop of IPOs for so long, we can't help ourselves. (You can follow us on Twitter, here and here, by the way, if Equity isn't enough for you.)Lyft, as you know, started trading today, closing the loop on a long saga that brought the smaller of the two domestic ride-hailing unicorns to the public markets.
Aired 7 months ago 22:40
Your Guide to the Uber IPO
It's finally happening. A decade after Uber started out as a black car service in San Francisco, it's going public in one of the largest IPOs of all time. This week on Decrypted, Bloomberg Technology's Eric Newcomer joins Brad Stone to discuss what it will take for Uber to become a profitable business, the potential of its other ventures, and what it would mean for Silicon Valley if Uber achieves the stratospheric valuation itâ€™s seeking.