Enlarge / Travis Kalanick, co-founder of Uber, seen here in December 2016. (credit: Bloomberg / Getty Images News)
In the high-profile Waymo v. Uber trade secrets lawsuit, the barbs are flying at a nonstop pace.
Last Friday, the deposition of Travis Kalanick, who was CEO of Uber until June 2017, was made available for the first time as part of the court record.

During the hours of his July 27 testimony, Kalanick described Levandowski’s given explanation for the claimed data theft—that Levandowski downloaded 14,000 proprietary Waymo files as a way to protect his $120 million bonus—as “fucking dumb.”
Meanwhile, on Monday, attorneys for Waymo have now accused Uber of “trying to game the system” by only offering to make Uber board members available for depositions far too late during the already approved tight schedule.
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