Uber CEO issues apology over argument with driver

Posted March 03, 2017

Kalanick went on the defensive, denying that prices for Uber Black had fallen by a lot by saying "bullshit". At one point, the conversation between the two got heated when Kamel started questioning Kalanick about the falling prices of the service. I'm bankrupt because of you.

"Good luck to you, but I know [you're not] going to go far", Kamel fires back as Kalanick left. "They blame everything in their life on somebody else", he snapped.

Kalanick: Hold on a second, What have I changed about Black? My job as your leader is to lead.and that starts with behaving in a way that makes us all proud. He's now promising to fundamentally change as a leader and grow up, pointing out that this is the first time he's been willing to admit that he needs leadership help.

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After Mr Kalanick thanked the driver and shook his hand, the Uber employee raised the subject of pay rate cuts to the Uber Black service - one of their luxury ride options.

After this incident and when the video went viral, a statement was released in which Kalanick said he was ashamed for treating the driver disrespectfully, and he apologized to the driver and others.

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In February, over 200,000 users deleted the app after the company hiked its prices during an anti-Trump protest after the president issued a travel ban.

The 28-page complaint accuses Anthony Levandowski, a former top manager for Google's self-driving auto project, of stealing technology now propelling Uber's effort to build an autonomous vehicle fleet.

Uber has remained bruised following a damning blog post by ex-employee and site reliability engineer Susan Fowler which alleged persistent harassment in Uber offices toward female employees, and an even more concerted effort by the company's human resources department to cover it up. Just last week, for example, Google's self-driving auto project sued Uber on allegations of patent infringement, claiming a former Google engineer now working for Uber allegedly stole confidential hardware and circuit board designs.

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First, public outrage - and a trending Twitter hashtag, #deleteuber - prompted Kalanick to step down from President Trump's economic advisory council, saying his participation was not meant to be read as an endorsement of Trump's policies.