Judging by the recent press surrounding the company, it would appear that Uber’s approach to public relations is to see how much bad press it can possibly garner.
Before that, Uber was accused of ordering rides from its competitor, Lyft, and then canceling them. Uber has also tried to poach Lyft drivers. The list goes on.
Now, it’s getting even more absurd. Uber CEO Travis Kalanick admitted to essentially trying to sabotage Lyft’s funding.
Kara Swisher reported in Vanity Fair that Kalanick told her the following: