All Uber articles – Page 2

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    Mnuchin, KPMG, and RPMs

    2017-09-15T10:45:00Z

    In case you missed it this week, the Mnuchins are wishing the internet could forget a few things, KPMG might be the latest victim of the #GuptaCurse, and in the wake of devastating hurricane action to hit the southwest, companies are showing just how unprepared they really were. And Uber. ...

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    Uber and “Hell”

    2017-09-10T16:30:00Z

    The hits keep coming to beleaguered transportation firm Uber; reports have surfaced that an internal company program called “Hell” utilized software that allowed it to illegally interfere with Lyft, an Uber competitor.

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    SeaWorld, Mueller, and Congress

    2017-09-01T10:00:00Z

    In case you missed it this week, Mueller sidles up to a new lawyer involved in Paul Manafort's probe, politicians are eyeing a particular bribery-related trial, and SeaWorld get's a criminal investigation

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    Will Uber change its toxic culture?

    2017-08-28T14:30:00Z

    The Man From FCPA explores what the future has in store for Uber Technologies under new chief executive Dara Khosrowshahi.

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    Coinbase, Nawaz Sharif, and Uber (again)

    2017-08-11T09:30:00Z

    In case you missed it this week, Uber's former CEO is going to have a hard time paving his way back to his old job, former PM Nawaz Sharif is under fire for lying about his income, and Coinbase reaches unicorn status.

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    The power of social media

    2017-06-26T12:15:00Z

    Last week saw the resignation of Uber CEO Travis Kalanick, and it all began with a blog post.

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    CEOs and win at all costs—where does it lead?

    2017-04-24T15:30:00Z

    A look at the corrupt conduct of Uber Chief Executive Travis Kalanick and the lengths some executives will go to in support of a win-at-all-costs culture.

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    Uber and corporate culture

    2017-03-06T17:00:00Z

    Does a company have to behave ethically to succeed? Perhaps not, as the recent ethical failures of Uber suggest. The company could be in hot water over its Greyball program, designed to thwart sting operations intended to catch Uber violating any taxi terms of services regulations.