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Today on the Daily Beat, Tuesday July 28, 2015: We hear part II of our interview with Sarah Lacy, founder and editor of the tech publication PandoDaily, speaks with us about being a previous target by the aggressive, and increasingly political, Uber Technologies, Inc.
Part II focuses on the questionable morals Uber’s culture have presented and understanding where crossing the line would be. Lacy also discusses interesting evaluations PandoDaily has written about comparing Uber with the tactics of shady Tobacco Companies back in the day. Ultimately, we discuss the over-arching impact Uber has on the culture of Silicon Valley.
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