Super Pumped

by Mike Isaac

Category: Business & Economics

Book Reviews

  • @geneweingarten @MonicaHesse @LisaTaddeo @stepville Three books which each tell a slightly different and occasionally fucked up story about how capitalism is probably going to ruin us all, by @MikeIsaac @AdamChandler and David Wallace Wells https://t.co/OHuRjxWRrJLink to Tweet
  • This observation was crystallized for me after reading Super Pumped and comparing to various broken cultures I've encountered in my career https://t.co/fsSabIdhDYLink to Tweet
  • Btw if you haven’t read Super Pumped it is a must read. Spent my 5 hour flight finishing it which tells you how gripping it is because I get super motion sick reading on planes and threw up as soon as I got off 🤣Link to Tweet
  • I was lukewarm about an Uber book but Super Pumped by Mike Isaac was excellent Couldn't put it down Finished entirely on my flight(s) to @wealthstackconf this morning Not only about Uber/Kalanick but also a history of Unicorns, apps & tech bro culture https://t.co/tE9VVJXjZPLink to Tweet
  • 'Super Pumped: The Battle for Uber' traces Travis Kalanick’s trajectory from floundering startup founder to the envy of Silicon Valley to the epitome of tech evil. And despite his much-publicized fall from grace, the book reveals jaw-dropping new lows. https://t.co/wlXvxrhZX9Link to Tweet
  • With @CaseyNewton, @karaswisher , and @MikeIsaac at the book launch party. Meaning...you should all buy this book. https://t.co/1dP1eaZhRY https://t.co/RkLewgWU21Link to Tweet

About Book

Isaac delivers a gripping account of Uber's rapid rise, its pitched battles with taxi unions and drivers, the company's toxic internal culture, and the bare-knuckle tactics it devised to overcome obstacles in its quest for dominance.

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