New Uber CEO Khosrowshahi Unlikely To Save Company

New Uber CEO Khosrowshahi Unlikely To Save Company

“A company is only as good as its management.” We’ve all heard it. And, regardless of the extent to which you believe it, there’s a marked correlation between the behavior of a CEO and the success of their company. Uber’s former CEO, Travis Kalanick, errs on the side of a less-than-good CEO, and his company has been an utter wreck

Checklist: The ten things you’re most likely to forget in an Uber car

Checklist: The ten things you’re most likely to forget in an Uber car

Do you often find yourself frantically patting your pockets and taking inventory of your gear when you’re out? Shoot. Where’s my wallet? What have I done with my keys? There’s always that moment of panic when you realize that you’ve lost track of something essential. Well, here’s a handy checklist to consider the next time you get out of a

Review: Vogue Battstation 6000

Review: Vogue Battstation 6000

Modern frustration #29843: phone dying. And it happens oh-so-easily. All night, you’re listening to music, texting, and using the GPS, and when you call an Uber it dies. Frustration in a nutshell, especially if it affects your passenger rating. You can’t count on your phone battery improving anytime soon, so start carrying around a backup. I’ve been using the Vogue

How Reporters Get National Security Secrets, and More

How Reporters Get National Security Secrets, and More

The Secret to Getting Top-Secret Secrets – Medium “For one thing, it’s getting harder for national security reporters to obtain government secrets the old-fashioned way, by coaxing them from sources. Even before Edward Snowden, the Obama administration was pursuing leakers of classified information with unprecedented aggression, going so far as to seize journalists’ phone records. Now, fearing another Snowden, the

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