Alison Griswold

Quartz

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Alison Griswold is a reporter for Quartz, an online business publication. She is a former staff writer for Slate, covering business and economics.

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Uber may have changed transportation practices all over the world, but it lost almost $3 billion last year.

Uber CEO Travis Kalanick resigns

Uber may have changed transportation practices all over the world, but it lost almost $3 billion last year.

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Last year, Chinese tourists made 109 million trips out of the country. Now, Airbnb wants a piece of that action.

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Last year, Chinese tourists made 109 million trips out of the country. Now, Airbnb wants a piece of that action.

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At a New York dinner party, Uber’s senior vice-president, Emil Michael,  reportedly proposed  a million-dollar opposition-research type campaign against reporters who have criticized…

Uber Battles Itself

At a New York dinner party, Uber’s senior vice-president, Emil Michael, reportedly proposed a million-dollar opposition-research type campaign against reporters who have criticized…

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