Google Wanted At Least $1 Billion And A Public Apology To Settle Self-Driving Car Lawsuit With Uber: Report (UPDATED) 

Google’s self-driving car project, Waymo, wanted at least $1 billion and a public apology from Uber as part of a proposed settlement to end a high-stakes trade secrets lawsuit against the ride-hailing company, according to a report from Reuters. Uber rejected the stipulations as non-starters, the news agency said.

Ex-Google Engineer 'Personally Owned And Controlled' Competing Self-Driving Car Startup Years Before Leaving For Uber

Anthony Levandowski, the ex-Google engineer at the center of the tech giant’s legal battle with ride-hailing company Uber, “personally owned and controlled” a competing self-driving car startup while he was still employed by Google, the company said in court filings Thursday. Soon after he left Google for Uber, the…


Uber Self-Driving Exec Wanted To Launch 'Faketesla' Effort On Social Media To Start 'Calling Elon On His Shit'

It’s no secret that ride-hailing company Uber has been concerned about its competitors in the race to build autonomous cars. But text messages released as part of Uber’s ongoing litigation with Google’s self-driving car project, Waymo, show the company’s top execs toyed with the idea of surreptitiously going after the…