In a Friday court filing, Uber claims there is not a “scintilla of actual evidence” that it has misappropriated Waymo’s self-driving car secrets.
Anthony Levandowski is at the center of Uber’s legal spat with the Alphabet-owned Waymo over allegedly stolen self-driving car technology.
Juno sold to Gett, another ride-hail company, for $200 million.
The legal battle continues.
The electric car maker had sued Sterling Anderson for poaching Tesla employees for his new company.
The NYC Taxi and Limousine Commission said Monday it will write a rule requiring Uber to offer an in-app tipping option, which drivers have long called for.
A storm in Delta’s hub of Atlanta prompted flight cancellations, but tech failures made matters worse.
Rachel Whetstone came to Uber from Google in 2015.
In a court response, Uber said it did not find the allegedly downloaded files in its systems.
The United States’ second-busiest airport reaped nearly $23 million in fees from Uber and Lyft riders last year, as taxi pickups fell and ride-hail trips increased.
The report comes on the heels of allegations of sexism and sexual harassment at the $69 billion company.
The company’s test cars are running again in San Francisco, Pittsburgh, and Arizona.
Uber has grounded its vehicles there while it investigates.
The board member will meet with female engineers today to address their concerns.
Spoiler: The board is tilted in CEO Travis Kalanick’s favor.
The ride-hail giant claims the PR crises of 2017 haven’t hurt business.
Uber’s internal performance report for self-driving car tests in Arizona show for the first time how the company’s autonomous vehicle program is progressing.
The Google spinoff alleges that Otto, the self-driving truck startup Uber acquired last year, stole its intellectual property.
Uber’s use of a tool called “Greyball” that showed authorities a fake version of its app and often canceled rides became public earlier this month.
This isn’t the first time Uber has been accused of investigating former employees.