The dust continues to settle after the resignation of Uber CEO Travis Kalanick from the $70 billion tech company he helped found. The New York Times interviewed more than a dozen employees and other insiders at Uber to get the lowdown on the months that led up to Kalanick being...
Mike Isaac, reporting for The New York Times: In the letter, titled “Moving Uber Forward” and obtained by The New York Times, the investors wrote to Mr. Kalanick that he must immediately leave and that the company needed a change in leadership. Show More Summary
This ride couldn't last forever. After months of being plagued by scandal and criticism, Uber CEO Travis Kalanick resigned from the company on Tuesday under pressure from investors. The New York Times reports that five of the ride-sharing...Show More Summary
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick has stepped down after investors for the rideshare company demanded new leadership, according to the New York Times
The bumpy ride is over for Uber's Travis Kalanick: After a shareholder revolt, Kalanick has stepped down as chief executive of the company he co-founded in 2009. Sources tell the New York Times that the resignation came after "hours of drama" on Tuesday, with five of the company's biggest shareholders...
Travis Kalanick has resigned his post as CEO of Uber following investor pressure, according to a report from the New York Times. Kalanick’s resignation came after five of the company’s investors sent a letter to Uber saying that he must resign from the company he founded in 2009. Benchmark Capital, First Round Capital, Lowercase Capital, […]
Uber Inc. Co-founder Travis Kalanick has resigned as the chief executive officer of the company following a shareholder revolt over his troubled tenure in the position. First reported by The New York Times and not confirmed officially...Show More Summary
Following months of scandal at Uber and pressure from investors, CEO and co-founder Travis Kalanick has stepped down from his position at the ridesharing company, reports The New York Times. While he will no longer head the $70 billion firm, Kalanick will remain on its board of directors. Show More Summary
The Art of Isadora Lori Belilove and the Isadora Duncan Dance Company Joyce Theater New York June 19, 2017 by Tom Phillips copyright 2017 by Tom Phillips Sara Mearns rehearsing "Narcissus" New York Times photo A prophet is always without honor in her home country, but Isadora Duncan may finally have come into her glory. Show More Summary
The New York Times reports, “The rest of the planet bears a warning for President Trump’s plan to lean heavily on private business in conjuring a trillion dollars’ worth of American infrastructure: Handing profit-making companies responsibility...Show More Summary
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About a month ago, New York Times columnist Farhad Manjoo helped coin a new term for the top-five tech companies that are increasingly dominating our lives: The Frightful Five, better known as Apple, Google, Microsoft, Amazon, and Facebook. The...Show More Summary
The New York Times and CNN’s parent company Time Warner are standing by their sponsorship of the Julius Caesar Trump... The post Laura Loomer Refuses to Go on ‘Very #FakeNews’ CNN After Parent Company Funds Trump Assassination Play appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
Austin Ramzy and Choe Sang-hun, New York Times: The website of Young Pioneer Tours anticipates a frequently asked question about North Korea: "How safe is it?" "Extremely safe!" the company replies, in an answer that remained on its site without qualification even after the return this week of one of its customers, Otto F. Show More Summary
“Rumors are swirling inside Time Inc. that the company is looking at four magazines as selloff possibilities: Coastal Living and Sunset — as a unit — and maybe Health and Golf,” The New York Post reports. “There is also chatter...
Mike Isaac, reporting for The New York Times: SAN FRANCISCO — Emil Michael, Uber’s senior vice president for business and second in command at the ride-hailing company, left he company on Monday morning, according to an email sent to employees. Mr. Show More Summary
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The New York Times and CNN’s parent company Time Warner are standing by their sponsorship of a play that depicts... The post Should the White House Revoke CNN, New York Times Press Credentials for Sponsoring Trump Assassination Play? appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
Sponsors have begun pulling their support for a New York-based theater company over its assassination of a version of Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar who wears a business suit and resembles Donald Trump. The New York Times reports that corporate donors Delta...
Emil Michael, an executive known to be very close with Uber CEO Travis Kalanick, is out at the ride-hailing company, the New York Times reported. Uber confirmed the departure to Mashable and had no additional comment. You probably didn't...Show More Summary