Uber has a bold vision for cities of the the future — but it was lost in its lack of leadership. Can the company regain its inspirational mission?
Uber is a truly amazing and disruptive company.
Though its valuation has fallen in the last few months due to a handful of highly visible and public controversies, the company is still valued at $50 billion — a significant lead lead over its nearest competitor, Lyft, valued at $7.5 billion.
Additionally, with the selection of a new CEO, Dara-Khosrowshahi and subsequent announcement of Uber’s much anticipated initial public offering (IPO), analyst are starting to again like Uber.
But will that be enough for Uber to keep its market lead? Maybe.