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The founders of billion-dollar tech companies — including Apple, WhatsApp, and Fitbit — have achieved success without ever getting college degrees.
Uber’s first employee and one of Travis Kalanick’s last allies has left the company’s board just 2 weeks after IPO
Ryan Graves, who once served as CEO of Uber, will officially step down from the board on May 27 — just two weeks after its lackluster public offering.
Employees at Uber’s headquarters reportedly started drinking before 6 a.m. on the day of its IPO, and a party at another office was shut down
Partying at Uber's headquarters in San Francisco started at 5:30 a.m. on May 10, the day the company launched its IPO, The Washington Post reported.
Uber has had a rough start as a public company, but there's still a lot the company can do to turn the ship around.
Meet Austin Geidt, the Uber exec whose life is the stuff of Silicon Valley legend, who joined the company as an intern in 2010, got sober at age 20, a...
Austin Geidt showed up to Uber with a "blank" resume, and rose through the ranks in a career that would make anyone in Silicon Valley jealous.
These are Uber's biggest shareholders who should see their stakes be worth, collectively, many billions of dollars if the IPO does well.
The career of Ryan Graves, Uber’s first employee and billionaire CEO, was launched by a single tweet
Ryan Graves landed a job at Uber through a tweet in 2010. Years later, Uber is going public, and Graves is donating at least $14 million in Uber shares to charity.
Travis Kalanick walked in to the New York Stock Exchange for Uber’s IPO with his father and the crowd erupted in ‘enormous applause’...
Uber cofounder and former CEO Travis Kalanick arrived at the New York Stock Exchange on Friday with his father Donald Kalanick.
Mark Cuban had the chance to invest in Uber when it was only worth $2 million but blew off Travis Kalanick and said he ‘wouldn’t touchR...
Now, Uber has priced its IPO at $45 per share, giving it an initial market cap of $75.5 billion, and is set to have the largest initial public offering of 2019.
Uber began trading Friday morning in one of the largest tech IPOs ever. Here are some photos from the traditional bell-ringing ceremony.