Uber's Kalanick Just Wanted To Be A Baller

Posted on November 15, 2013

Travis Kalanick, CEO of on-demand car service Uber, took the stage at Business Insider's IGNITION 2013 conference this week and described how his friends reacted the first time that a fancy black car pulled up outside of a San Francisco bar to pick him up.

Business Insider article here

Related article: Kalanick Explains Taxi-Killing Price Strategy

What is a BALLER?

Related Topics: mobile applications, mobile technology, service pricing, Travis Kalanick, Uber, vehicle apps

Comments ( 2 )
  • jenni

     | about 7 years ago

    Mr. 305mialimo I don't understand why are you on a limousine association Website talking all of this S***T when you could be out there ubering with your friends. I don't mean to disrespect or anything but I don't get it just go work for uber and leave the rest of the people alone. The reason you like uber so much because you can't make it on your own that's why it has nothing to do with other limo company's if they are corrupted or not, look at uber they are bribing anyway they can bribe and that's why they are where they are not because they are doing something good.

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