Known for his fiery, overly aggressive approach to business, ousted Uber CEO Travis Kalanick seemed laid back and calm, if maybe a bit nervous while sipping on a water bottle, when he testified in a San Francisco court on Tuesday.
Kalanick appeared in U.S. District Judge William Alsup's courtroom as part of the ongoing legal battle between two of the largest autonomous vehicle developers: Waymo and Uber.
After Kalanick resigned in June, he's been elusive, releasing only a few statements. But Tuesday afternoon in the U.S. District Court he spoke — or at least responded to questioning — for nearly an hour. He was by no means effusive, but while wearing a suit and tie, he promptly answered all questions and didn't come across as defensive or evasive. Read more...More about Google, Uber, Self Driving Cars, Waymo, and Travis Kalanick