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Travis Kalanick quotes
In a situation where many women have experienced this kind of thing, the onus is on us to earn credibility. Part of how we get to that place where there's more optimism is by taking it and apologizing, understanding, and doing everything we can to get to the bottom of it. Fair enough. Fair enough. Fair enough. I understand. There are very few law firms in the world that we haven't worked with in some way. The amount of fees that have gone to Eric Holder is as close to 0 as you can get to date.
There have been many questions about the gender diversity of Uber's technology teams.
I believe in creating a workplace where a deep sense of justice underpins everything we do. Every Uber employee should be proud of the culture we have and what we will build together over time. What is driving me through all this is a determination that we take what's happened as an opportunity to heal wounds of the past and set a new standard for justice in the workplace. It is my number one priority that we come through this a better organization, where we live our values and fight for and support those who experience injustice.
What's described here is abhorrent & against everything we believe in. Anyone who behaves this way or thinks this is OK will be fired. There can be absolutely no place for this kind of behavior at Uber.
Joining the group was not meant to be an endorsement of the President or his agenda but unfortunately it has been misinterpreted to be exactly that.
It sounds futuristic and sci-fi but that's where the world is going.
Imagine now a car that is delivering food but doesn't have [a] driver. How do you get the food? You could come down and get it but if you have three kids … you want somebody to bring it up. And at some point there is going to be a humanoid that crawls up your stairs .. and hands you your pizza.
Auto manufacturers like Daimler are crucial to our strategy because Uber has no experience making cars – and in fact, making cars is really hard.
This ban will impact many innocent people – an issue that I will raise this coming Friday when I go to Washington for President Trump's first business advisory group meeting.
Ever since Uber's founding we've had to work with governments and politicians of all political persuasions across hundreds of cities and dozens of countries. Though we share common ground with many of them, we have had areas of disagreement with each of them. In some cases we've had to stand and fight to make progress, other times we've been able to effect change from within through persuasion and argument.
I love Amit's excitement for solving complex computer science problems and his passion for helping improve people's lives through technology. The team at Uber, myself included, will learn a lot from him.
Volvo is a leader in vehicle development and best-in-class when it comes to safety.
Getting to profitability is the only way to build a sustainable business that can best serve Chinese riders, drivers and cities over the long term. I have no doubt that Uber China and Did Chuxing will be stronger together.
It's harder for us to see the major impact [of Brexit] and what we do day to day. We just need to continue serving people, making sure we can help people get to to work is a key tenet for making our system work.
As we expand our portfolio of products and services, from Uber for Business to UberEats and UberRush, we trust Twilio to keep us on the cutting edge of innovative communication.
We are 5½-years old. And it's a little early in our lifecycle go there, referring to the IPO process.
Over 450,000 U.S. drivers currently use the app each month.
I prefer building rather than fundraising. But if I don't participate in the fundraising bonanza, I'll get squeezed out by others buying market share.
Sustainably serving China's cities, and the riders and drivers who live in them, is only possible with profitability. This merger paves the way for our team and Didi's to partner on an enormous mission, and it frees up substantial resources for bold initiatives focused on the future of cities – from self-driving technology to the future of food and logistics.
I think transportation is going to be very exciting. I don't think that children born after today are ever going to learn to drive. There is going to be no more driving and the impact that's going to have on people's lives is time given back to them, and the changes it's going to have for cities around the world, it's a big deal, it's a game-changer.