Alphabet says Travis Kalanick knew one of Uber’s acquisitions had taken Alphabet files
Recode ------- Alphabet is asking a judge to find Uber in contempt for failing to notify the court that CEO Travis Kalanick was aware one of his top executives had proprietary Alphabet information in his possession and that he ordered its destruction. The executive, Anthony Levandowski, allegedly told Kalanick and two other employees in March 2016 that he had five discs containing Alphabet documents, several months before the ride-hail company acquired his startup, Otto. Levandowski, who had previously led Alphabet’s self-driving car project, has been accused of stealing technology and taking it to Uber. To learn more click on the picture below to read the article.