Uber has already emerged as a dominant player in the automobile market.
Now, the company is expanding its presence beyond the U.S. and into other countries.
And it’s making big changes at the top of the company.
The company’s CEO, Travis Kalanick, is stepping down.
The board of directors is reportedly considering whether to oust the chairman, Richard Perdue, and the CEO of the Seattle-based car sharing company, which Kalanik says will remain in the city.
The company has also been working to rebrand itself, with plans to offer rides from its new headquarters in New York and Seattle.
The next steps, which we will report, are unclear.
But as the story goes, the transformation at Uber is already underway.
The ride-hailing company is currently working on a new, bigger app called UberX that will let customers order and pay for their own rides, and it’s planning to launch a nationwide app.
The future of the taxi business is a complicated and complicated one, but Kalanack is taking a clear and aggressive stance.
He’s telling his employees that he will be leaving the company if it doesn’t change.
“If we do not change, we will be a company in which we cannot survive,” Kalanicks new CEO wrote on his blog on Tuesday.
“We will be unable to provide the service and quality of transportation that we know and love.”
Kalanick is reportedly moving on to another job.
The Washington Post reported Tuesday that Kalanicky plans to join the executive team at Uber.
He will be joining the company’s board of advisors, which includes former Vice President Joe Biden and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
Uber is currently worth $75 billion, making it one of the most valuable companies in the world.
And while its share price has been dropping, it’s not looking as if the company will be going away anytime soon.
It’s not just Kalanics leadership style that’s changing.
The app’s growth and popularity are making it easier for companies to take advantage of new technologies.
For example, Uber has been testing autonomous vehicles.
It has an app called Autopilot that allows drivers to take over the wheel.
And in September, Uber launched its self-driving taxi service.
Now, the world’s biggest car-sharing company is taking an aggressive stance against the rise of ride-sharing companies like Uber, which are pushing the boundaries of how we live, work and travel.
As it’s trying to grow, Uber is also taking steps to protect the privacy of its users.
For instance, it recently introduced new data protection rules that include an “opt-out” option that would require users to use its app for the ride they want to make a reservation.
In addition, Uber will soon be testing new technology that can track users who have been banned from using its app.
The goal is to create a new app that users won’t need to log in to.