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On 18 August 2016 Otto was acquired by Uber for $700 million.

Type
Subsidiary
Parent Company
Uber
HQ
San Francisco, US
Founded
2016
Website
ot.to
Otto was founded in 2016 and is headquartered in San Francisco, US

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Otto has offices in San Francisco and Chicago

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Founding Date

2016
Otto is a subsidiary of Uber

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Otto unveils keyless smart lock for busy families

Smart locks are getting smarter and more targeted. Otto is announcing that it has created a secure digital lock designed to address the needs of families. With no lock to pick or keypad to attack, Otto removed the primary vulnerabilities of a lock, and that’s why the company claims it has created th…

Uber fires Otto co-founder Anthony Levandowski due to Waymo dispute

 Uber has terminated the employment of Anthony Levandowski, the co-founder of self-driving trucking company Otto and Uber’s former self-driving project engineering lead. The New York Times reported first on Levandowski’s firing, which was made official to employees via an internal staff email circul…

Judge orders Uber to hand over to Waymo unredacted term sheet with Otto

 Magistrate Judge Jacqueline Scott Corley ordered Thursday that Uber needs to hand over to Waymo the full, unredacted term sheet between Uber and Otto. By the end of the day. Corley ultimately decided there was no basis for Uber to redact the information because there was no privileged information s…

Waymo Alleges Otto Was A Ruse To Help Uber Steal Its Self-Driving Tech

Otto, the self-driving truck startup Uber purchased, was a "cover-up scheme," Waymo said in court proceedings. View Entire Post ›

Waymo case reveals Levandowski got $250 million in Uber stock for Otto

 Autonomous driving company Waymo alleged today in court that the formation of rival Otto was a ruse concocted between its founder Anthony Levandowski and eventual acquirer Uber to hide the fact that he immediately went to work for the ride-hailing company after leaving Waymo’s parent company, Googl…

Uber must turn over information about its acquisition of Otto to Waymo, court rules

 Anthony Levandowski, the engineer at the center of the legal battle between Google and Uber over driverless car technology, has suffered a setback. Levandowski has broadly invoked his Fifth Amendment rights against self-incrimination in the case, refusing to answer questions about whether or not he…
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