10 Lessons from the book Super Pumped by Mike Issac

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Uber was spending $40 million to $50 million on subsidies in China every single week, an enormous sum just to convince riders and drivers to use Uber over DiDi.

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It was a recurring theme at Uber: something went wrong, the boss wanted it taken care of, and he didn’t much care how you got it done. Just get it done.

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But when a company actively seeks out legal “grey areas” during rapid expansion, compliance, by definition, is not a priority.

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But as one Uber employee competing with Lyft at the time said, “The law isn’t what is written. It’s what is enforced.

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Google Did It By Being Better, Not By Being Al Capone. Don't Be Evil Ring A Bell?

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The Whole Worth Of Your Company Is Predicated On My Success. You're A Tapeworm. I'm The Host. You Need Me.

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