The new fund, called “10100” (pronounced “ten-one-hundred”), will target job-creating companies in the real estate and e-commerce spaces, the ex-Uber CEO said in a tweet Wednesday: Some news… pic.twitter.com/urFBrb9aCV — travis kalanick (@travisk) March 7, 2018 The responses to the tweet are piling up on Twitter. Show More Summary
Nine months after Travis Kalanick was forced to resign from Uber, he has a new project on the way: a job creation fund called 10100, named after his home address in Los Angeles. On Wednesday Kalanick tweeted that his “Ten One Hundred”...Show More Summary
There’s life after Uber for Travis Kalanick. The ride-hailing giant’s co-founder and controversial former chief executive tweeted Wednesday that he will start an investment fund called 10100. “Over the past few months I’ve started thinking about what’s next,” Kalanick wrote. “I’ve begun making...
The beleaguered co-founder of the ride-hailing company is moving on to investments, with a new fund called 10100.
Fresh off a public spat between Uber investor Benchmark Capital and former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick, Benchmark general partner Bill Gurley took the stage in front of a large room of bankerfolk at the Goldman Sachs Internet and Technology...Show More Summary
In September 2015, at the height of San Francisco’s Indian Summer, then-Uber CEO Travis Kalanick sat beside Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff in front of a crowd of tens of thousands, on a stage erected in the middle of a closed-off street...Show More Summary
Travis Kalanick took a back seat at Uber last year, but he was back in the hot seat this week. The former Uber CEO, who was forced out under pressure from investors, was the main attraction at the trial in Waymo v. Uber. Google's self-driving car division claims Uber......
Just before noon on Tuesday, former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick stood before the tall wooden double doors of a federal courtroom in San Francisco. As he blithely chatted with a pair of familiar national journalists, his personal council, former U.S. Show More Summary
Uber ex-CEO Travis Kalanick testifies that it started to recruit a star Google engineer after Google, an investor, wouldn't help it start a self-driving car program.
Uber is accused of stealing trade secrets from Google's self-driving car company, Waymo. Former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick was in court Wednesday, the star witness in a trial that could shape the industry. CBS News correspondent John Blackstone reports.
Travis Kalanick, the former CEO of ride-hailing app Uber, let out some laughs, reminisced about old colleagues, and shared his awe over flying cars during several hours of questioning in a San Francisco courtroom this week. Quick overview:...Show More Summary
Uber and Waymo is in court this week, battling over allegations that Uber stole trade secrets. But something else is also on trial: Travis Kalanick’s questionable slang. The private texts and emails of the former Uber CEO have been endlessly...Show More Summary
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The Latest on the court fight between Google spin Waymo and ride-hailing service Uber (all times local): 10:15 a.m. Former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick says he regarded Google co-founder Larry Page as a "big brother"...Show More Summary
Former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick is back in a San Francisco courtroom to answer questions about discussions he had with an engineer who is accused of stealing Google's self-driving car technology.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick is back in a San Francisco courtroom to answer questions about discussions he had with an engineer who is accused of stealing Google's self-driving car technology. Wednesday is Kalanick's...Show More Summary
SAN FRANCISCO — Travis Kalanick is due to take the stand on Wednesday morning on the third day of the explosive Uber-Waymo trial. He's scheduled to appear in court when the trial reopens around 7:30 a.m. Pacific. Uber has been accused...Show More Summary
Good morning! Here is the tech news you need to know this Wednesday. 1. Former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick has made his first public appearance since being pushed out of the company. Kalanick took the stand on the ongoing court battle between Uber and Waymo, with his testimony set to continue today. 2. Show More Summary
Former Uber chief executive Travis Kalanick appeared tense and tentative as he took the witness stand Tuesday seeking to counter allegations that his company stole autonomous driving secrets from former Google car unit Waymo.
Known for his fiery, overly aggressive approach to business, ousted Uber CEO Travis Kalanick seemed laid back and calm, if maybe a bit nervous while sipping on a water bottle, when he testified in a San Francisco court on Tuesday. Kalanick appeared in U.S. Show More Summary
A partial list from Uber's former CEO included: "source, all of their data, Tagging, road map, pound of flesh, IP."