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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.
Dara Khosrowshahi hasn’t yet earned his $100 million-plus stock bonus for when Uber hits a $120 billion valuation — but there’s stil...
Uber disclosed its ambition to be worth at least $120 billion as a public company in the footnotes of its S-1 documents.
Uber riders can now ask their drivers to be quiet directly from the app, but you’ll pay extra for that convenience
It's only available to riders who request the Uber Black or Uber Black SUV service. The ride-hailing company is offering additional perks, too.
Mark Cuban slams Silicon Valley VCs over Uber’s awful IPO and says it could be a wake up call for Valley employees
Mark Cuban says that Uber waited too long to go public.
With a cumulative loss of $655 million, it's the worst first-day dollar loss of any US IPO ever.
The Uber strike should worry investors and the company because it points to a fundamental problem with its business model
Uber and Lyft are losing lots of money despite paying their drivers poverty wages. Neither situation is sustainable.
FAAUNG or FAANGU: Wall Street is ready to add Uber to the catchy acronym of well-loved tech stocks, but not everyone agrees where to put it.
Former Uber exec says it slumped at IPO because investors don’t ‘understand the Uber story,’ and predicts a comeback fueled by auton...
Emil Michael spoke to CNBC about the disappointing performance of Uber stock, which closed nearly 8% down from an IPO price that was already cautious.
It seems as if a high-pressure job at a Silicon Valley startup would have been dangerous for someone newly sober. But the opposite was true for Geidt.