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The Uber engineer accused of downloading thousands of files once urged Travis Kalanick to give a 'Greed is Good' speech

When it comes to Uber and its tough-talking founder and former CEO Travis Kalanick, the word "greed" just keeps coming up. News stories used "greed" in their headlines to describe many of Uber's decisions under his reign, like taking investment money from Saudia Arabia, a country that outlawed women from driving; or firing up Uber's high-cost vehicle leasing program (expected to be shuttered soon); or the lawsuit filed against Uber by Waymo, the self-driving car unit of Google's parent company, Alphabet.
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