There’s no cliché better than a Shakespeare cliché, and no Shakespeare cliché more cliché than referencing Hamlet. Duly noted and ignored. Let’s turn to Uber, the Prince of 555 Market St. in San Francisco. The company has of late been suffering the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune (it is currently valued at nearly $70 billion) and has taken arms against a sea of trouble. The ride-share company is currently embattled in litigation concerning intellectual property, invasion of customers’ privacy, securities fraud, antitrust, regulatory issues, race and gender discrimination, sexual harassment and a rear-guard battle from taxicabs—those old-timey transporters that in Shakespeare’s day would have been a guy with a horse and carriage.
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