Chief executive officer Travis Kalanick is dealing with a wave of criticism from remarks that Uber’s senior vice president of business made about snooping on journalists.
Chief executive officer Travis Kalanick is dealing with a wave of criticism from remarks that Uber’s senior vice president of business made about snooping on journalists. Scott Eells Bloomberg
Chief executive officer Travis Kalanick is dealing with a wave of criticism from remarks that Uber’s senior vice president of business made about snooping on journalists. Scott Eells Bloomberg

As snooping controversy builds, Uber may need adult supervision

November 19, 2014 7:33 PM