Jane Ruffino: Uber boss comments highlights start-up culture problems
Uber, the app that connects people needing a ride with drivers, has been one of tech’s greatest success stories. It’s already worth $17 billion, and could be worth almost twice that. It launched in 2010, and is now available in 48 countries. It even signed the deal for one of its funding rounds in a Dublin hotel during the Web Summit in 2011.
In addition to its convenience for young urban professionals, Uber is known...
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