Pando

Latest articles Friday February 5, 2016

  1. Uber's head of design and brand announces he's leaving the company, hours after widely-mocked unveiling of new brand

    Andrew Crow's name was conspicuously absent from gushing Wired article about brand relaunch.

    By Paul Carr

    From the Travis Shrugged desk

  1. Nondisclosure Nation: A History, From Ober to Assange

    As the UN rules in favor of Julian Assange, Mark Ames examines the dark history of non-disclosure agreements used by the US government (and even Assange himself).

    By Mark Ames

    From the Legal Affairs desk

  2. The Verge sued for trademark theft by site you’ve never heard of, also called The Verge

    They’re going to be so sorry when they find out who Nilay Patel is.

    By Paul Carr

    From the Legal Affairs desk

  3. An obscure biotech company has gone public! 2016’s IPO drought is over!

    Meantime some $90 billion in capital sits in the IPO pipeline wringing its hands.

    By Sarah Lacy

    From the IPOs desk

  4. Lyft is insanely worried about pissing off drivers. Why isn’t Uber?

    The post where I argue Uber isn’t (merely) an evil company.

    By Sarah Lacy

    From the Sharing Economy desk

  5. Uber reminds staff not to put its new logo on dartboards or in the toilet

    If you have to remind people of that, you have the kind problems a new logo definitely won't fix.

    By Paul Carr

    From the Travis Shrugged desk

Want more to read? Visit the archives.