Arizona's Governor Just Suspended Uber's Self-Driving Tests After Fatal Collision
Five days after police released exterior and interior video of a self-driving Uber vehicle fatally colliding with a woman in Tempe, Arizona, Gov. Doug Ducey shut down Uber's self-driving program in the state indefinitely.
Uber Attorney Calls Former Employee’s Allegations Of Corporate Espionage “Extortionate"
Her testimony was "outrageous and could be defamatory," an attorney for the former employee told BuzzFeed News. The allegations from that former Uber employee are now at the center of Waymo's case against Uber for theft of trade secrets.
A Bombshell Letter That Could Change Waymo's Case Against Uber Is Being Kept Confidential For Now
The public will have to wait to read the letter in which a former Uber employee said he observed the company’s attempts to hack competitors, steal trade secrets, and cover up potentially illegal operations.
Uber Says Hackers Compromised 57 Million Accounts A Year Ago, But It's Only Telling Users Now
Uber's new CEO Dara Khosrowshahi said that he is only learning about the hack now after company executives allegedly concealed the breach last year, in part by reportedly paying the hackers $100,000. Those executives have reportedly been terminated.