It devolved into a heated argument over Uber’s fares between the CEO and his driver, Fawzi Kamel, who then turned over a dashboard recording of the conversation to Bloomberg.
On Monday, Uber’s head of engineering resigned after the company said it learned that he had faced a sexual harassment complaint at Alphabet, his former employer.
This is the service that Kalanick and his friend, Garrett Camp, dreamed up.
He’s still dogged by the fact that he once referred to Uber as “Boob-er” because it improved his dating prospects.
The pair begin talking shop, and Kalanick explains that they’re going to cut down on the number of black cars, which will reduce competition and should be good for Kamel.