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The Information's 411-10/23 "Blood Feuds" by The Information Podcasts | Free Listening on SoundCloud
11:30 // science is hard. stupid. and a non-consumer product. duh. //&! HYPE CYLCE - on 5 magazine covers and not even public! because she is, as female science-based founder/ceo a rarity and it sells papers >> - Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes’s Five Best Cover Story Appearances, Ranked
Theranos  Hype  Cycle  Silicon  Valley  Elizabeth  Holmes  Steve  Jobs  Leadership  vision  visionary  missionary  Trope  messaging  message  PR  spin  doctor  Mark  Zuckerberg  credibility  glass  cliff  glass  ceiling  gender-based  discrimination  gender-based  harassment  Venture  Capital  B2B  Box  Aaron  Levie  B2C  Google  Inc.  Google  Search  communication  TOS  EULA  consumer  product  Protection  23andme  Tesla  Motors  Elon  Musk  journalismus  journalism  investigative  journalism  Amazon  disruption  disrupting  markets  Uber  Travis  Kalanick  Jeff  Bezos 
october 2015 by asterisk2a
The Myth of Valley DoucheBaggery - John Battelle's Search Blog
But I think our industry culture is moving far faster than the writers at Silicon Valley might wish to believe. I think we’re seeing the rise of a new culture, one that rejects arrogance and the founder worship which breeds it. Inevitable outliers aside, the Valley and technology culture I experience every day in my work at NewCo is one of passion, sweat, earnestness, and good intentions. Sure, we all fuck up. And sure, the press (especially, not surprisingly, the press in New York) has a field day when someone does. But by and large, the teams making companies like Slack, LiveRamp, Medium, Earnest, MetroMile, Lyft, Okta, Pinterest, and hundreds more are damn fine people, and they are dedicating their lives to making something that creates positive change – a product or service that makes the world a better place (even if it’s in a small way). [...] When you’re facing existential threat, our tolerance for douchebaggery in the name of making more money at any cost, ....
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september 2015 by asterisk2a
What Makes Uber Run | Fast Company | Business + Innovation
"cultural lightning rod."? excuse me please what? < From the cheerleading squadron within SV. TC, Verge (Vox Media), HuffPo (AOL (Verizon Wireless)), BuzzFeed (VC's & corporate media investors NBCU), VICE & Co. // - David Plouffe: Being caught threatening a journalist was "the most devastating thing imaginable" for Uber execs - A lot of chatter yesterday about this major profile of Travis Kalanick, in which the Uber founder -- with a little help from Fast Company -- launches his -- second? third? attempt at rebooting his reputation. //&! - "On bad days, I look at our revenue graph." - Travis Kalanick // &! - Kalanick: I love self-driving cars because I can fire Uber drivers. Audience member: "Don't be a dick" // &! - Court docs show Uber has settled lawsuit over death of 6-year-old-girl, but wants insurance company to foot the bill //&! Late Show w Colbert - &! Uber's lost case in China!
Uber  Travis  Kalanick  PR  spin  doctor  Silicon  Valley  journalismus  investigative  journalism  journalism  reporting 
september 2015 by asterisk2a
Robert Reich on Uber's business practices
Today Uber staged a protest outside New York City Hall against a bill to limit the issuance of new for-hire car licenses (about 60 people showed up for the rally, most of them Uber employees). Meanwhile, according to Bloomberg Business, Uber is still losing money. So what happens if, after driving most traditional taxis out of business, Uber goes under? Or after driving out the competition, it has the market to itself and starts raising its prices? Under antitrust law, a company acts illegally if it engages in predatory pricing – pricing below cost in order to push competitors out of business. // &! Uber Loses Money as It Grows - &! Uber's Business Model: A Rare Look at the Numbers -
Uber  antitrust  Travis  Kalanick  Bill  Gates  Silicon  Valley  history  corporate  governance 
july 2015 by asterisk2a
Uber’s 5th birthday party was pure theater, and here’s our review | The Verge
“For the finale, Kalanick takes the stage and outlines his vision. Political consultants have written a speech for him that makes him sound less like a CEO and more like he’s running for president.”
Uber  Travis  Kalanick 
june 2015 by asterisk2a
Top athletics coach Alberto Salazar faces doping claims - BBC News
David Howman, chief executive of Wada, said he was "disturbed" by the allegations. He added: "I would be not only disturbed, I would be very disappointed and that's why I think it needs to be scrutinised by us as an independent body." // "Insiders from Oregon camp question testosterone use under Alberto Salazar, Farah’s training partner and friend Galen Rupp implicated, Farah not accused of any involvement; Rupp and Salazar deny all allegations." // - Alberto Salazar and the Nike Oregon Project &!
Alberto  Salazar  Mo  Farah  Galen  Rupp  Kara  Goucher  Nike  Oregon  Project  Nike  USADA  WADA  Travis  Tygart  Anti-Doping  doping  Anti-Doping-Law  Opfer 
june 2015 by asterisk2a
I was an undercover Uber driver :: Cover :: Philadelphia City Paper
I talked to maybe 20 randomly hailed UberX and Lyft drivers between November and March. All but one were male immigrants, primarily from Africa, South Asia and the Middle East, and most spoke heavily accented English. It's a completely different group from the drivers I'm able to get in touch with through, the demographics of which I'd call "Reddit-ish." All the immigrant drivers who spoke to me took a lot of pride in providing excellent service. Few had been Uber drivers for more than a month or two. Many were helping support multiple family members, most had at least one other job and all worked hours that would reduce me to a weeping wreck in a month. [// working on a marketplace platform does not allow you to differentiate yourself // Seth Godin - being remarkable, the purple cow] [Uber also in transparent about cost structure for drivers and their own mini business] [Uber&Co, bc of marketplace, is resistant 2 workers protests] [there is also no minimum wage]
Uber  Lyft  public  transportation  Service  Sector  Jobs  Niedriglohnsektor  economy  Services  Industry  Hailo  BlaBlaCar  Share  marketplace  efficiencies  marketplace  plurality  marketplace  working  poor  1099  self-employment  precarious  work  Precariat  differentiate  differentiation  Industrial  Revolution  2.0  Future  of  autonomous  car  self-driving  cars  transportation  urbanisation  urban  planning  transparency  corporate  governance  corporate  values  Travis  Kalanick  living  wage  minimum  wage  car  ownership  ownership  Zero  Hour  Contract  uncertainty  Software  Is  Eating  The  World 
may 2015 by asterisk2a
Uber, the Rashomon | PandoDaily
[ low skill, routine job ] When an Uber glides to its appointed pickup point, what do we see? Do we see an innovator hastening the inexorable shift to a new information-based economy? Or an arrogant bully using cheap capital, greed, and a dangerous, misogynist culture of convenience to consolidate a trillion dollar market? Or do we see both? [...] I’m sure pure Uber defenders exist, but the truth is, most of us are worried about the sheer expression of capitalistic force that the company represents. [...] Uber is the poster child for our global conversation about the role of work in our society, and about the kind of company we want to create, work at, and celebrate. [SV] its male-dominated, aggressive philosophy of “breaking things fast” and “asking for forgiveness rather than permission.” Uber feels inevitable — a uniquely of-the-moment company, a mirror held up to the Valley’s aggregate psyche.
Uber  Capitalism  Share  Economy  self-employment  Zero  Hour  Contract  contractor  outsourcing  precarious  work  Precariat  working  poor  Service  Sector  Jobs  Services  Industry  convenience  disposable  income  disrupting  markets  disruption  marketplace  efficiencies  marketplace  information-based  Big  Data  analytics  Travis  Kalanick  Silicon  Valley  public  transportation  transportation  workplace  work  environment  labour  market  labour  economics  Future  of  job  security  job  creation  1099  Economy  Wall  Street  profit  maximisation  short-term  thinking  short-term  view  shareholder  value  mono  culture  asshole  culture  asshole  game  monoculture  jock  culture  Campus  Software  Is  Eating  The  World  social  entrepreneurship  accountability  Niedriglohn  Niedriglohnsektor 
april 2015 by asterisk2a
My Dad kicked ass at Wii bowling: Or, why it’s okay to compete with Travis Kalanick | PandoDaily
We investors would never bet against the CEO! And yet, if you consider the most respected tech CEOs like Steve Jobs and Jeff Bezos, they aren’t just CEOs investors doubted. Their very leadership is defined in their defiance of what investors wanted. On that front, the love Uber investors have for TK is itself a warning sign for the company. Here’s what I’d say to Uber investors: You own part of what is potentially one of the most powerful corporate combustion engines ever devised by mankind. Congratulations! But it’s both stable and unstable, and it could end up blasting up into uncharted space or blowing up in your face. And please don’t portray your loved ones as losers to puff up the legend of TK. As I have been reminded time and again: thinking about hyping an already overvalued company? Good luck. [TK doesnt do conservative nor gratitude, he had his battles with a 'mediocre' outcome b4. TKs past experience & grudges are imprinted on Uber] [walking on a double edged samurai sword]
Uber  Travis  Kalanick  Silicon  Valley  Leadership  Hype  Cycle  Steve  Jobs  Jeff  Bezos  Vision 
february 2015 by asterisk2a
Careful what you wish against: Silicon Valley just rolled out a red carpet to government regulation | PandoDaily
I never thought I’d write these words: Sometimes the public markets is the best thing that can happen to a hot company. [...] Today, Uber running a different playbook than even Facebook. First, it has controlled access to liquidity much more than Facebook ever did. But, by contrast, the company’s access to capital has been an exaggeration of Facebook’s already prodigious fundraising path. Uber has wholly embraced the notion of raising gargantuan amounts of money at jaw-dropping late stage valuations as an avenue to put off an IPO, seemingly indefinitely if it wants. That should suit a CEO like Uber’s Travis Kalanick who bristles at anyone telling him how to do his job and hates government regulation. Importantly, Uber is the first unicorn of the mobile-first era. [...] Uber’s investors have exerted no pressure on the Valley darling. [...] Reckless disregard for customers.
Secondary  Market  IPO  Facebook  Google  Uber  hunt  for  yield  unintended  consequences  dual  stock  structure  Travis  Kalanick  oversight  corporate  governance  corporate  values  corporate  culture  accountability  regulators  self-regulation  regulation  utility  public  utility  public  transportation  mobile  first  mobile  homescreen  Venture  Capital  Patriarchy  ethical  machine  moral  beliefs  crony  capitalism  distortion  Hype  Cycle  Whisper  Secret  user  data  Internet  Privacy  Privacy  TOS  Platform  history 
november 2014 by asterisk2a
The guy who accused Sarah Lacy of “playing victim” over Uber forgot to disclose he’s “bros” with the company’s two most senior execs | PandoDaily
& &! "Part of the problem is that, to an unusual degree, Uber has an “us-versus-them” mentality. That attitude manifests itself when the company is fighting taxi regulations or other obstacles the taxi establishment places in its path. But it also seeps into the way it views everyone it comes into contact with, including journalists. But part of it is that there simply isn’t anybody in Silicon Valley willing to tell Uber’s principals to grow up. They have a hot company that is disrupting an outmoded industry — and, therefore, they are lionized, not matter how boorish their behavior. They are like the star football player at State U. who can get away with anything because he scores touchdowns on Saturday. Engineering talent and business savvy don’t necessarily impute maturity. &!
Uber  Travis  Kalanick  Silicon  Valley  subculture  jock  culture  Campus  Patriarchy  male  privilege  white  male  privilege  straight  white  male 
november 2014 by asterisk2a
Uber’s smear machine thinks you’re a total idiot | PandoDaily
"Nov. 19 (Bloomberg) -- PandoDaily Founder and Editor-In-Chief Sarah Lacy discusses Uber executive Emil Michael’s journalist comments. Lacy speaks on “Bloomberg West.” (Source: Bloomberg) " -- << min 11:00 culture comes from the top &!&! “What exactly is going on with the corporate culture at Uber? … Are you a man [Travis Kalanick], or did they just spray Axe Body Spray into a suit until it became sentient?” &!&!& "On stage at Goldman Sachs event, Uber CEO compared his company’s woes to Ferguson" &!&! << web.archive of "Rides of Glory" << algo/predictor about Users getting laid.
Uber  corporate  values  personal  values  subculture  Silicon  Valley  corporate  governance  corporate  culture  Travis  Kalanick  ethical  machine  white  male  privilege  straight  white  male  Patriarchy  brogrammer 
november 2014 by asterisk2a
Buzzfeed reveals that Uber exec boasted of planning smear campaign against Pando EIC, Sarah Lacy | PandoDaily
Uber  Travis  Kalanick  personal  values  corporate  values  corporate  governance  corporate  culture  Hype  Hype  Cycle  transportation  public  transportation  ethical  machine  self-employment  middleman  Niedriglohn  lohndumping  Lohnzurückhaltung  Niedriglohnsektor  precarious  work  Precariat  Prekariat  working  poor  minimum  wage  Lyft  competitive  competitiveness  Silicon  Valley  squeezed  middle  class  middle  class  middleclass  crony  capitalism  profit  maximisation  exploitation  Wall  Street 
november 2014 by asterisk2a
Messing With A Competitor’s Fundraising – AVC "If u can’t win on merits, turn to messing w/competitor’s fundraising, what's your defensibility & differentiation?" http://
Uber  ethical  machine  ethics  Travis  Kalanick  corporate  culture  corporate  values  personal  values  capitalism  crony  capitalism  exploitation  middleman 
november 2014 by asterisk2a
The horrific trickle down of Asshole culture: Why I’ve just deleted Uber from my phone | PandoDaily
But the rapidly pulled post out of Uber Lyon proves what every CEO has always known: It’s less about what you say directly and explicitly to employees that creates or destroys a culture. It’s what they take from what you say. And I am not surprised that someone inside the company took Kalanick’s callous attitude towards female riders and comments like “Boober” to mean that shocking level of exploitation and disrespect was appropriate — that it would even be celebrated by HQ. And like always, Uber has quietly withdrawn the offending post, but they won’t apologize. That only exacerbates the internal message that this type of behavior was only bad because it wound up on Buzzfeed.
Uber  Travis  Kalanick 
october 2014 by asterisk2a
BBC News - Hailo says Uber blocked potential investors
"In raising that massive [funding] round, any investor who wanted to even look at Uber's books to decide whether they wanted to make an investment had to sign an agreement which specifically named us, as well as Lyft, and restricting them from having any ability to even talk to us for at least a year. "It wasn't just good enough for them to raise enough money for their business - they needed to restrict the market to Hailo and its competitors to have access to capital. "That's what we're up against."
Uber  Travis  Kalanick  Lyft  Hailo  competition  competitiveness  competitive  Silicon  Valley  barriers  to  entry 
october 2014 by asterisk2a
Lawsuit claims Uber denied service to the blind, put a dog in the trunk | PandoDaily
But if what the lawsuit alleges is true, and Uber refused to negotiate with victims of discrimination while doing little to stop this discrimination from happening in the first place, then it sounds like Uber’s back to its old tricks — stonewalling and shirking responsibility whenever its drivers breaks the law.
Uber  Travis  Kalanick 
september 2014 by asterisk2a
Uber Hires Uber-Lobbyist For European Expansion - Digits - WSJ
The company hired Mark MacGann, the former head of government affairs and public advocacy for exchange group NYSE Euronext in Brussels. MacGann updated his LinkedIn profile to include the new job, and confirmed the appointment in a message to the Journal. MacGann, a 20-year lobbying veteran, has been appointed head of public policy for Europe, the Middle East and Africa. He left NYSE Euronext in May after four years at the firm. MacGann’s appointment comes after Uber hired David Plouffe, a key strategist behind president Barack Obama’s two presidential campaigns. The firm’s chief executive Travis Kalanick said in a blog post in August that Plouffe had been hired to oversee global policy, communications and branding at Uber.
Uber  Lobbying  lobbyist  lobby  disrupting  markets  disruption  capitalism  liberalism  neoliberal  neoliberalism  Travis  Kalanick  marketplace  inefficiencies  Share  Economy  Europe 
september 2014 by asterisk2a
Uber continues to screw its “partners,” now by forcing Uber Black drivers to accept UberX fares | PandoDaily
Another issue arises when drivers contemplate simply rejecting these economy tier ride requests. Uber drivers are, after, all independent contractors – a point the company has gone to great lengths to make clear. On the surface, it seems they should be free to accept or reject any ride they choose. According to forum comments, however, Uber drivers are required to maintain a minimum 80 percent ride acceptance rate to remain in the company’s good graces – the best performers exceed 97 percent, the company tells its drivers. Ignore too many inbound ride requests when you are the closest vehicle and the result could be some combination of reprimand/probation, lost bonus income, or, in extreme cases, deactivation of the driver’s account. [...] Uber has stated that its mission is to undercut the cost of car ownership. In pursuit of this goal, it seems like the company is increasingly emphasizing its economy tier services at the expense of its one-time baller image.
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september 2014 by asterisk2a
Lyft-Off: Zimride’s Long Road To Overnight Success | TechCrunch
+++ "But the real peril to Uber [is] the costs of recruiting drivers & what that says about [its] business model compared 2 those of traditional software companies. More drivers don’t equal more value added. They simply equal staying alive." +++ +++ +++ Lyft & Uber in the end, (may or) will actually have small margins business on their hand because of lack of differentiation (the only differentiator to bus, tram, train, own car, bicycle is - convenience), price sensitivity of customer, commodity of transportation options. And further drivers are not barred (yet) from driving for both companies. Drivers are inventory, both have the SAME INVENTORY! And a brand doesn't play a pivotal role for price sensitive customers. Thus, the only option to increase margins&rev is 2 expand via added value services/products adjunct 2 its core product value proposition (ie Delivery & Transportation of Goods&Services). +
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august 2014 by asterisk2a
This is Uber's playbook for sabotaging Lyft | The Verge + // one day, after all is said and done. maybe travis will look back remorseful, knowing that at times he was just not too aggressive and way beyond boundaries, but beyond (considered courageous entrepreneurship) moral and ethical decisions and business practicees that mirror those of the early bill gates msft.
Uber  Lyft  Travis  Kalanick  personal  values  corporate  values  corporate  culture 
august 2014 by asterisk2a
Bill Gurley schools NYU professor: Uber will be 25x bigger than you think | PandoDaily
[ + long tail use cases and cases that seem in retrospect obvious but currently are foggy (ie owning a car in the city for ppl a luxury good), car ownership deemed inefficient/waste of money; when car is used only ~5% during the day and there are clearly cheaper and if not even more convenient options of daily transportation on offer. ] Gurley, who is one of the smartest and most articulate figures in all of venture capital (and who just happens to be an early Uber investor and board member) laid out a more than 4,500-word argument for why Damodaran underestimated the Uber opportunity by no less than a factor of 25. The Benchmark Capital partner was diplomatic, apologetic even, but that made his dismantling of the professor’s reasoning no less thorough.
Blue  Ocean  Uber  marketplace  efficiencies  marketplace  inefficiencies  value  creation  added  value  intangible  value  Proposition  Core  Product  Proposition  Lyft  Travis  Kalanick  Bill  Gurley  Venture  Capital  frictionless  friction  convenience  management  Product/Market  Fit  consumer  aspirational  experience  Product  Design  Vision  leadership  transportation  public  transportation  urbanisation  urban  planning  city  living  long-tail  longtail  long-term  thinking  long-term  view  hypothesis  incomplete  information  unknown  unknowns  complexity  unintended  consequences 
july 2014 by asterisk2a
Travis Kalanick of Uber - TWiST #180 - YouTube
MVP - minimal viable product, test of thesis; they rented a handful of cars with drivers in SF & build little app, the rest is history. make move to not have drivers but enable people to be drivers with income. Uber - elegance, design, ... this is now a brand, a status symbol. +++ on demand lifestyle, making magic happen via technology - employing STEM people. +++ could, because of supply liquidity, deliver, at premium, food to your door. +++ because of their technology, their platform, they either could licence out their problem solving platform (ie demand prediction - people just opening up the app - math is an operational cornerstone) to air transportation and or goods transportation. +++ Travis Kalanick at Startup School 2012 - >> multi-product company - for different budgets. Operations, Scaling - one problem that needed solving, a Playbook for expanding from one city to the next. Changing how u live, over months. not decades, today's age.
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june 2014 by asterisk2a
Doping-Jäger Travis Tygart im stern-Interview: "Der Fuchs passt auf die Hennen auf" - Sport | STERN.DE
"Deutschland braucht ein von Sportverbänden unabhängiges und eigenständiges System", sagte er in einem Interview mit dem stern. Denn Verbandsvertreter würden alles tun, um ihren Sport skandalfrei halten. "Es geht zum Beispiel überhaupt nicht, dass der Deutsche Fußball-Bund für die Tests in der Bundesliga mitverantwortlich ist", so Tygart. "Da passt der Fuchs auf die Hennen auf."
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august 2013 by asterisk2a
An inside look at Jamaican track's drug-testing woes - More Sports -
Important (& concerning) article on Jamaican anti-doping performance: Should form basis for global review of practice "In the wake of both recent achievements on the track and devastating positive tests off it, we need to believe that our athletes are clean and that our anti-doping program is independent, vigorous, and free from any semblance of conflicts of interest. This matter should be reviewed by the Cabinet in all urgency, and the necessary changes should be made to provide JADCO with the staff it needs to carry out world-class testing on Jamaica's world-class athletes."
Society  NADA  Usain  Bolt  Politics  I.O.C.  Power  Play  Jamaica  accountability  doping  Anti-Doping  transparency  bribery  conflict  of  interest  JADCO  Mafia  corruption  USADA  Machtspiele  Machtgehabe  Sport  WADA  Travis  Tygart 
august 2013 by asterisk2a
Radsport : Ullrich und Zabel stehen auf Epo-Dopingliste - Nachrichten Sport - DIE WELT
+ >> Next, this isn’t an anti-doping event. Despite Pat McQuaid’s confused statements over Marco Pantani, the UCI cannot look into the matter because WADA’s eight year statute of limitations has passed and even if that rule didn’t exist, these samples tested for EPO don’t have the customary seals and A+B samples. There’s no doubt that EPO use can demonstrated here but not to the standard to achieve a doping conviction. [...] But all the same when the report is out tomorrow, count the number of pages related to the 1998 Tour de France and divide this by the total number of pages in the report. Armed with this percentage, see what proportion of airtime and column inches get dedicated to cleaning up sport compared to reviving the past. It’s a small test to see whether we’re interested in fixing things or not. +
NADA  anti-doping  Jan  Ullrich  Tour  de  France  cycling  TdF  UCI  USADA  Erik  Zabel  doping  WADA  Travis  Tygart 
july 2013 by asterisk2a
The Dark Side > Micheal Rasmussen interviewed during the Sibiu Tour
Doping for a decade under the nose of WADA. With a little help of UCI. Lance Armstrong life-time ban would have never happened if it weren't for the USADA. Period. + >
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july 2013 by asterisk2a

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