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Travis Kalanick Interview
Travis Kalanick Interview
Published: 2015/09/11
Channel: The Late Show with Stephen Colbert
Uber CEO Kalanick Argues With Driver Over Falling Fares
Uber CEO Kalanick Argues With Driver Over Falling Fares
Published: 2017/02/28
Channel: Bloomberg
Travis Kalanick of Uber - TWiST #180
Travis Kalanick of Uber - TWiST #180
Published: 2011/08/16
Channel: This Week In Startups
Former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick Talks Anger Management: "Yeah, I
Former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick Talks Anger Management: "Yeah, I've Done Some Therapy"
Published: 2017/09/01
Channel: X17onlineVideo
Travis Kalanick
Travis Kalanick's Top 10 Rules For Success (@travisk)
Published: 2016/10/27
Channel: Evan Carmichael
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick Interview with Charlie Rose
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick Interview with Charlie Rose
Published: 2017/09/11
Channel: Green Theta
Travis Kalanick at Startup School 2012
Travis Kalanick at Startup School 2012
Published: 2013/10/25
Channel: Y Combinator
Fireside chat with Uber CEO, Travis Kalanick at IIT  Bombay
Fireside chat with Uber CEO, Travis Kalanick at IIT Bombay
Published: 2016/01/20
Channel: E-Cell, IIT Bombay
The Rise and Fall of Uber
The Rise and Fall of Uber's Controversial CEO
Published: 2017/06/21
Channel: Bloomberg
Uber Technology Day: Q&A with CEO Travis Kalanick
Uber Technology Day: Q&A with CEO Travis Kalanick
Published: 2017/04/07
Channel: Uber Engineering
5 Year Anniversary Remarks from CEO Travis Kalanick | UBER
5 Year Anniversary Remarks from CEO Travis Kalanick | UBER
Published: 2015/06/04
Channel: Uber
China 2016 - Co-Chair Roundtable: Disrupting Mobility
China 2016 - Co-Chair Roundtable: Disrupting Mobility
Published: 2016/07/07
Channel: World Economic Forum
Travis Kalanick makes first public appearance in Uber-Waymo trial
Travis Kalanick makes first public appearance in Uber-Waymo trial
Published: 2018/02/07
Channel: CBS News
UBER CEO TRAVIS KALANICK GETS INTO FIGHT WITH UBER DRIVER!!!
UBER CEO TRAVIS KALANICK GETS INTO FIGHT WITH UBER DRIVER!!!
Published: 2017/03/01
Channel: KBran
FailCon 2011 - Uber Case Study
FailCon 2011 - Uber Case Study
Published: 2011/11/04
Channel: BAMM.tv
How Did Uber Start?  The Birth of Travis Kalanick & Garrett Camp
How Did Uber Start? The Birth of Travis Kalanick & Garrett Camp's Uber
Published: 2017/04/08
Channel: SkipMBA
Uber CEO Kalanick Argues With Driver CAUGHT ON TAPE
Uber CEO Kalanick Argues With Driver CAUGHT ON TAPE
Published: 2017/03/01
Channel: ABC News
Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi Says Co-Founder Travis Kalanick Has Agreed To Keep His Distance | CNBC
Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi Says Co-Founder Travis Kalanick Has Agreed To Keep His Distance | CNBC
Published: 2017/11/09
Channel: CNBC
EXCLUSIVE Capitol Intel films Uber ex- CEO Travis Kalanick with JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon #Modi
EXCLUSIVE Capitol Intel films Uber ex- CEO Travis Kalanick with JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon #Modi
Published: 2017/06/25
Channel: Capitol Intel Group/BBN www.capitolintelgroup.com
Travis Kalanick Startup Lessons from the Jam Pad - Tech Cocktail Startup Mixology
Travis Kalanick Startup Lessons from the Jam Pad - Tech Cocktail Startup Mixology
Published: 2011/05/05
Channel: TechCo Media
Uber
Uber's plan to get more people into fewer cars | Travis Kalanick
Published: 2016/03/25
Channel: TED
Fireside Chat with Travis Kalanick and Marc Benioff
Fireside Chat with Travis Kalanick and Marc Benioff
Published: 2015/09/17
Channel: Dreamforce Video
Sarah Lacy: Uber CEO Travis Kalanick is Morally Corrupt
Sarah Lacy: Uber CEO Travis Kalanick is Morally Corrupt
Published: 2014/11/19
Channel: Bloomberg
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick on innovation and success
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick on innovation and success
Published: 2016/03/04
Channel: CBS This Morning
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick On Making Ends Meet | Squawk Box | CNBC
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick On Making Ends Meet | Squawk Box | CNBC
Published: 2016/04/27
Channel: CNBC
Key Startup Lessons - Travis Kalanick of Uber
Key Startup Lessons - Travis Kalanick of Uber
Published: 2017/06/22
Channel: Silvia Wren
Michael Arrington in Conversation with Uber
Michael Arrington in Conversation with Uber's Travis Kalanick | Disrupt SF 2014
Published: 2014/09/08
Channel: TechCrunch
Walk The Talk with Travis Kalanick, Founder, Uber
Walk The Talk with Travis Kalanick, Founder, Uber
Published: 2016/01/19
Channel: NDTV
Travis Kalanick is a CEO Again
Travis Kalanick is a CEO Again
Published: 2018/03/21
Channel: The Apptrepreneur
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick Escort Karaoke Scandal
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick Escort Karaoke Scandal
Published: 2017/03/27
Channel: Auto Auction Rebuilds
Travis Kalanick Onstage at Disrupt
Travis Kalanick Onstage at Disrupt
Published: 2012/09/21
Channel: TechCrunch
Travis Kalanick Income, House, Cars, Luxurious Lifestyle & Net Worth
Travis Kalanick Income, House, Cars, Luxurious Lifestyle & Net Worth
Published: 2018/01/21
Channel: World Filmy Life Style
Travis Kalanick, Uber, speaking at Startup Fest Europe [24.05.16]
Travis Kalanick, Uber, speaking at Startup Fest Europe [24.05.16]
Published: 2016/05/24
Channel: RTL Z
The Fall of Uber
The Fall of Uber's Travis Kalanick
Published: 2018/01/18
Channel: Bloomberg Technology
Former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick To Sell $1.4 Billion In Shares | CNBC
Former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick To Sell $1.4 Billion In Shares | CNBC
Published: 2018/01/05
Channel: CNBC
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick Yells at Employee
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick Yells at Employee
Published: 2017/03/01
Channel: Sunday Omony
uber driver schools uber office employee attention travis kalanick
uber driver schools uber office employee attention travis kalanick
Published: 2017/04/15
Channel: Howard Luken
Travis Kalanick
Travis Kalanick's most questionable moments as Uber's CEO
Published: 2017/06/21
Channel: CBS News
Travis Kalanick re-hired as Uber
Travis Kalanick re-hired as Uber's CEO
Published: 2018/04/01
Channel: Uber Hints
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick | 2014 Code Conference
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick | 2014 Code Conference
Published: 2014/05/28
Channel: Recode
Virtuous Circle: Fireside Chat with Travis Kalanick and Arianna Huffington
Virtuous Circle: Fireside Chat with Travis Kalanick and Arianna Huffington
Published: 2016/11/10
Channel: Internet Association
UBER@UCLA: Travis Kalanick (Uber) @ Royce Hall, UCLA
UBER@UCLA: Travis Kalanick (Uber) @ Royce Hall, UCLA
Published: 2016/01/19
Channel: UCLA VC Fund
Fireside Chat With Uber
Fireside Chat With Uber's Travis Kalanick
Published: 2012/09/21
Channel: TechCrunch
Former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick testifies in blockbuster Waymo trial
Former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick testifies in blockbuster Waymo trial
Published: 2018/02/09
Channel: CBS Evening News
Travis Kalanick CEO da UBER discute com motorista.
Travis Kalanick CEO da UBER discute com motorista.
Published: 2017/03/02
Channel: Movimento Taxistas Livres
Uber: la increíble historia del super villano de la era digital
Uber: la increíble historia del super villano de la era digital
Published: 2017/07/10
Channel: EfectoNaim
Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi on relationship with Travis Kalanick & more
Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi on relationship with Travis Kalanick & more
Published: 2018/02/23
Channel: The Economic Times
Travis Kalanick, la face sombre de la Silicon Valley ?
Travis Kalanick, la face sombre de la Silicon Valley ?
Published: 2017/06/26
Channel: FRANCE 24
What is failure | Travis Kalanick, CEO - Uber
What is failure | Travis Kalanick, CEO - Uber
Published: 2016/03/03
Channel: Uber India
Richard Branson excuses mistakes of Uber
Richard Branson excuses mistakes of Uber's Travis Kalanick
Published: 2017/06/21
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Travis Kalanick
Kalanick at GES 2016.jpg
Kalanick at Global Entrepreneurship Summit 2016
Born Travis Cordell Kalanick
(1976-08-06) August 6, 1976 (age 41)
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Residence San Francisco, California, U.S.
Education University of California, Los Angeles (withdrew)
Occupation Internet entrepreneur
Known for Co-founder of Red Swoosh and Uber
Net worth IncreaseUS$ 4.8 billion[1]
Partner(s) Angie You
Gabi Holzwarth (2014–2016)
Relatives Allisyn Ashley Arm (half-niece)
Notes

Travis Cordell Kalanick (/ˈkælənɪk/) (born August 6, 1976) is an American billionaire businessman. He is the co-founder of Scour, a peer to peer file sharing application, Red Swoosh, a peer-to-peer content delivery network, and Uber, a transportation network company. Red Swoosh was sold to Akamai Technologies in 2007.[3][citation needed] Kalanick resigned from Uber in 2017 after controversy over the company's unethical culture, including allegations that he ignored reports of sexual harassment at the company. He remains a shareholder and board-member.[4]

Kalanick is ranked 115th on the Forbes 400 list of richest Americans, with a net worth of $4.8 billion.[1]

Early life and education[edit]

Family[edit]

Kalanick was born on August 6, 1976 and grew up in Northridge, California.[5] Kalanick's parents are Bonnie Renée Horowitz Kalanick (née Bloom) (died 2017) and Donald Edward Kalanick. Bonnie, who was Jewish,[6][7] worked in retail advertising for the Los Angeles Daily News.[8] Donald, from a Slovakian-Austrian Catholic family whose grandparents emigrated to the United States,[9][6][10][7] was a civil engineer[8] for the city of Los Angeles.[11] Kalanick has two half-sisters, one of whom is actress Allisyn Ashley Arm's mother Anji, and a brother, Cory, who is a firefighter.[11][12]

Education[edit]

Kalanick studied computer engineering and business economics at the University of California, Los Angeles.[5][13][14] While studying at UCLA, Kalanick was a member of Theta Xi fraternity and started his first business, an online file-exchange service called Scour. In 1998, he dropped out of UCLA to work at the start-up full-time.[15]

Career[edit]

Kalanick speaking at the LeWeb conference in December 2013

Scour (1998–2000)[edit]

In 1998, Kalanick, along with Michael Todd and Vince Busam, dropped out of UCLA to help Dan Rodrigues found Scour Inc., a multimedia search engine, and Scour Exchange, a peer-to-peer file sharing service.[16][17] In 2000, the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA), the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), and the National Music Publishers Association (NMPA) brought a $250 billion[18] lawsuit against Scour, alleging copyright infringement.[19] In September 2000, Scour filed for bankruptcy to protect itself from the lawsuit.[20]

Red Swoosh (2001–2007)[edit]

In 2001, with Michael Todd, Kalanick started a new company called Red Swoosh, another peer-to-peer file-sharing company.[21] Red Swoosh software took advantage of increased bandwidth efficiency on the Internet to allow users to transfer and trade large media files, including music files and videos. The company also received help from former Scour employees.[citation needed]

Kalanick has an archived blog, Swooshing, where he shares struggles during this time. This included living over 3 years without a salary,[22][23][24] moving into his parents' house in 2001 (which he told the Failcon 2011 audience and commented that he "wasn't getting ladies. It sucked."), owing "$110,000 to the IRS in un-withheld income taxes, which is a white-collar crime that pierces the corporate shell, and it doesn't matter whether you knew or not. If you're an officer of the company you're going to jail," witnessing "all but one of the company's engineers" leaving (who eventually also departed), and moving to Thailand as a cost-saving measure.[18] Kalanick committed tax fraud and perjury during the IRS investigation, blaming his partner Michael Todd, but was never prosecuted.[25] In 2007 Akamai Technologies acquired the company for $19 million.[26][27][28][29]

Uber (2009–2017)[edit]

In 2009, Kalanick joined Garrett Camp and gives him "credit for the original idea"[18][30] of Uber.[31][32][33] Camp, co-founder of StumbleUpon, spent $800 hiring a private driver with friends and had been mulling over ways to decrease the cost of black car services (meaning, taxis that are dispatched by a central service rather than hailed directly on the street) ever since. He realized that sharing the cost with people could make it affordable, and his idea morphed into Uber.[18] "Garrett is the guy who invented that shit", Kalanick said at an early Uber event in San Francisco.[18][30] The first prototype was built by Camp, and his friends, Oscar Salazar and Conrad Whelan, with Kalanick being brought on as a "mega advisor" to the company.[18] In October 2010, Kalanick succeeded Ryan Graves as CEO,[18] who had held the position for ten months.[34]

On June 13, 2017, it was announced that Kalanick would take an indefinite leave of absence from Uber. His responsibilities would be assumed by his direct reports in the organization.[35][36]

On June 20, 2017, Kalanick resigned as CEO after Benchmark Capital reportedly demanded his resignation only days after his mother’s death in a boating accident.[37] Despite his resignation, Kalanick will retain his seat on Uber's board of directors.[4] Dara Khosrowshahi took his position of CEO in August 2017.[38]

Economic Advisor to Trump Council[edit]

Despite CTO Thuan Pham's 2016 internal email to employees commenting, "I will not even utter the name of this deplorable person because I do not accept him as my leader" on the election of U.S. President Donald Trump, which was widely circulated and published by the media,[39][40] in December 2016, it was announced that Kalanick joined other CEOs, including Tesla CEO Elon Musk, JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon, General Motors CEO Mary Barra, Disney CEO Bob Iger, Walmart CEO Doug McMillon, and former General Electric CEO Jack Welch, as an economic advisor on Trump's Strategy and Policy Forum,[41] organized by Blackstone's Stephen Schwarzman.[42] Kalanick vocally opposed President Trump's executive order banning travel from select countries and believed that remaining on Trump's advisory council would provide him with the opportunity to directly address his concerns with the President and advocate for immigrants. In an Uber blog post, Kalanick stated that he wanted to use his position on the council to "give citizens a voice, a seat at the table."[43] However, after continued pressure, Kalanick announced in an email to Uber employees that he would step down from the council.[44]

Criticism of Kalanick's behavior at Uber[edit]

In 2017, it was reported that Kalanick had knowledge of sexual harassment allegations at Uber and did nothing.[45] In the same week, he asked his direct report,[46] Uber's SVP of Engineering Amit Singhal, to resign after a month for failing to disclose a sexual harassment claim during Singhal's 15 years as VP of Google Search, after Recode reported about it in media.[47][48][49] According to Reuters, he has "a reputation as an abrasive leader".[50][51]

In February 2017, a video was released where Kalanick was shimmying between two women in an UberBLACK, before arguing with an Uber driver during a heated debate in which he berated the driver.[52][53][54]

In March 2017, Uber VP of Business, Emil Michael contacted Kalanick's ex-girlfriend in an attempt to silence her into hiding an HR complaint. This backfired, with her speaking to The Information as a source present during an executive team outing with Kalanick, where Michael and four more Uber managers selected numbered women at a Korean escort bar, prompting a complaint one year later, by the female manager who attended.[55][56] She also has since spoken to Businessweek about Uber's India rape case.[57]

On June 21, 2017, he stepped down as the CEO of Uber because of the pressure from a majority of the investors as he was seen as a liability but will continue to stay on the company’s board.[58]

Benchmark controversy[edit]

On August 10, 2017, Axios reported that Benchmark is suing Kalanick for "fraud, breach of contract and breach of fiduciary duty." The suit is based on Uber's decision to expand the number of board seats, with Benchmark arguing the decision is invalid due to withholding of material information prior to the vote.[59] The lawsuit was very controversial in Silicon Valley because of the relationship between the founder and the investor.[60] The court ruled in the favor of Kalanick to move the case to arbitration on August 30.[61] In response to the court ruling Kalanick released a public statement:

“Pleased that the court has ruled in his favor today and remains confident that he will prevail in the arbitration process. Benchmark’s false allegations are wholly without merit and have unnecessarily harmed Uber and its shareholders.”[61]

In January 2018, Benchmark’s dropped the lawsuit against Kalanick. The investment firm agreed to drop the lawsuit if Uber completed its transaction with Softbank, a prior condition Benchmark had agreed to. Completed in early January, Uber agreed to sell a sizable stake to SoftBank.[62] The share purchase valued Uber at $48 billion.[63]

10100 (2018–Present)[edit]

On March 7, 2018, Travis announced via his Twitter account that he would start a venture fund, 10100 (pronounced 'ten-one-hundred'), focused on job growth.[64] The fund is likely named after the address of his childhood home. The fund is going to tackle large scale employment opportunities by investing in e-commerce, innovation and real estate in emerging markets like China and India.[65]

Personal life[edit]

Kalanick and Angie You, his then-longtime girlfriend, bought a townhouse in the upper hills of the San Francisco's Castro section, which was nicknamed "the Jam Pad" and had its own Twitter account.[66]

From 2014–2016, Kalanick dated Gabi Holzwarth.[67]

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