An early Uber investor says the company’s new leaders have ‘lost their mojo’ — but can still beat Lyft in the long run (UBER, LYFT)
- An early Uber investor and strategist says the company has lost its mojo.
- Bradley Tusk of Tusk Ventures told CNBC that some of the fierce innovative spirit departed Uber with its founder Travis Kalanick.
- There’s a lot of work to be done for Uber to be profitable, he said, but Lyft might be even more risky.
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Uber has transitioned from nimble startup, to a global and publicly traded company — and in doing so, the ride-hailing giant has lost some of what made it special, according to an early investor and