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Why It Will Take A Lot To Kill Uber

Posted on August 2, 2017
Uber may have booted CEO Travis Kalanick, but the company shows enormous staying power. By the way, he may be trying to come back. (Flickr.com Creative Commons image by Helsenberg Media)
Uber may have booted CEO Travis Kalanick, but the company shows enormous staying power. By the way, he may be trying to come back. (Flickr.com Creative Commons image by Helsenberg Media)

Although it's been repeatedly shooting itself in the foot, Uber holds a commanding share of what is still a growing market. That's partly because of its business type: a platform that connects customers with providers. Once you've got a critical mass of both signed up, it can be pretty hard to unseat you.

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Related Topics: executive changes, on-demand service, TNCs, Travis Kalanick, Uber

Comments ( 1 )
  • Anthony

     | about 3 months ago

    Once you talk about Sarah Milburn 24 years old from texas, now paralized and taking uber to court because they say they are not responsible for their uber driver running a red light. Educate cinsumers and explain the real truth about the guber "great deal" Great deal in price means you should be wearing a seat belt and expect to have to pay for medical expenses if your great deal has an accident Judge Chen in san fran had over ruled the setttlement with the newport beach lawyer saying it would give guber drivers 20.00 each His decition was over ruled by a judge that has been bought and payed for. Criminal charges in european courts is going to dig ubers resting spot. Billions taken from investors.. with no ROI if uber jets failed Uber taxi will also fail You cant raise prices on the guber people, they are use to 4.00 rides

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