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Travis Kalanick Says 'It Doesn't Bother Me' If Ridesharing Takes Customers From Uber's Other Services

techcrunch.com
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick just wrapped up a press phone call where he discussed the policy paper that the company released earlier this morning. The apper stated that Uber would be rolling out ridesharing services in cities where it had received “tacit approval” in the sense that regulators didn’t crack...
Travis Kalanick Says 'It Doesn't Bother Me' If Ridesharing Takes Customers From Uber's Other Services

Yahoo Strategy Guru Jim Heckman Leaves

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Here’s another Yahoo executive departure in the wake of Marissa Mayer’s arrival: Jim Heckman, the company’s SVP of strategy, is out. This one was very much expected, as Heckman was closely tied to former interim CEO Ross Levinsohn. Heckman came aboard Yahoo when the company acquired his 5to1 ad startup...
Yahoo Strategy Guru Jim Heckman Leaves

Uber's New Policy on Ridesharing: We'll Start Doing It, As Long as Our Competitors Aren't Caught

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Today, Uber CEO bestowed unto the world a white paper on ridesharing. And in classic Uber fashion, the policy finds a workaround to traditional law-abiding. The company says it will launch the service if it sees its competitors (Lyft, Sidecar, etc.) operating for 30 days with “tacit approval” from law officials, i.e....
Uber's New Policy on Ridesharing: We'll Start Doing It, As Long as Our Competitors Aren't Caught
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Uber Stands Up To Resistant Ridesharing Regulators With A New 'Tacit Approval' Policy for Launches

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Private car service Uber has finally laid out its stance when it comes to ridesharing. Today, the company unveiled its first “white paper” entitled Principled Innovation: Addressing the Regulatory Ambiguity around Ridesharing Apps. In this, it says that it will aggressively roll out ridesharing in any market with “tacit approval” from...
Uber Stands Up To Resistant Ridesharing Regulators With A New 'Tacit Approval' Policy for Launches
Lyft and SideCar, beware! Uber storms the arena of ride-sharing
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