Uber has dropped a scheme which saw it spend more than $200,000 (£165,000) a year on balloons for its employees. The firm purchased balloons for all employees in its San Francisco office to celebrate “Uberversary,”
Monopoly, or at the least oligopoly, is central to the company’s strategy, but should residents really want Uber to play such a dominant role in their future? Last week, Uber reported its results for second
Uber's top lawyer reveals how the CEO convinced him to join the company he'd previously said he would avoid
In early 2017, Tony West, then the general counsel for Pepsi, had just finished a meeting with a member of his staff when he noticed a New York Times issue on the table of his office. On the front page,
Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi held an all-hands meeting on Tuesday and the big topic under discussion was cost-cutting. Employees are nervous that Uber may be planning some sort of layoff that impacts its
Weeks after laying off a third of its marketing division, Uber has recruited a longtime Google executive to help lead the reorganization. The ride-hailing company said today that it has hired Thomas Ranese
Ride-hailing giant Uber has tapped veteran Google exec Thomas Ranese as its new vice president of global marketing. Ranese spent almost 10 years at Google, where he was most recently its VP of global marketing.