Wall Street Journal


Uber's Self-Driving Car Chief Steps Aside

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Anthony Levandowski, the man at the center of Uber Technologies Inc.'s legal spat with rival Alphabet Inc. over allegedly stolen self-driving car technology, is stepping aside as chief of the high profile Uber project.




Alphabet's Waymo Offering Families Rides in Self-Driving Cars

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Waymo LLC, the autonomous car unit of Google-parent Alphabet Inc., will dramatically expand its testing efforts by making hundreds of self-driving vehicles available to families and urban commuters in the Phoenix area.





Uber Calls Waymo's Claims 'Demonstrably False' in Self-Driving Car Case

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The ride-hailing company says its laser-sensor system is different than Waymo's and it can't find any of the 14,000 files claimed as stolen on its computers.


Uber Self-Driving Car Crash Detailed in Police Report

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A newly released Tempe, Ariz., police report sheds light on last week's crash involving Uber Technologies Inc.'s self-driving vehicle, revealing that the sport-utility vehicle was hit after entering an intersection on a yellow light.


Uber Suspends Self-Driving Vehicle Program

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Uber Technologies Inc. said on Saturday it is suspending testing of its autonomous vehicles after one of the autos was involved in an accident in Tempe, Ariz., casting doubt on one of the most high-profile self-driving programs.