Uber’s path forward
Garrett Camp
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The thing about values are that you either have them, or you don’t; they are intrinsic to the company's founding. A company without a culture and soul, cannot suddenly turn into one that cares about customers, employees and the community without a complete overhaul of the toxic leadership that created it.

Besides, if you truly cared, this reflection would have happened voluntarily and much before a public firestorm forced your hand, and investors stepped in to forcibly oust Travis, to protect their investment.

If you believe Uber can become a great company, one that can change the world for good, then both you and Travis need to sell your shares and have nothing more to do with it —only then will we be convinced that you genuinely care.

https://medium.com/@nikhilvaish/uber-and-the-troubling-ethics-of-silicon-valley-a9d1b8d09d58

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