Jordan Kretchmer remembers what Travis Kalanick was like before Uber was Uber.  Kretchmer was a 25-year-old college dropout with a lot of ideas, and Kalanick had even more. He was in his early thirties, an engineer who talked like a sales guy, smart as hell and high on life. He wore a cowboy hat and referred to himself as the Wolf, after the cold-blooded, coolly rational fixer played by Harvey Keitel in  Pulp Fiction . He was tireless—always on the move, always thirsty.  --From  What Makes Uber Run  in Fast Company.
       
     
 Jordan Kretchmer remembers what Travis Kalanick was like before Uber was Uber.  Kretchmer was a 25-year-old college dropout with a lot of ideas, and Kalanick had even more. He was in his early thirties, an engineer who talked like a sales guy, smart as hell and high on life. He wore a cowboy hat and referred to himself as the Wolf, after the cold-blooded, coolly rational fixer played by Harvey Keitel in  Pulp Fiction . He was tireless—always on the move, always thirsty.  --From  What Makes Uber Run  in Fast Company.
       
     

Jordan Kretchmer remembers what Travis Kalanick was like before Uber was Uber.

Kretchmer was a 25-year-old college dropout with a lot of ideas, and Kalanick had even more. He was in his early thirties, an engineer who talked like a sales guy, smart as hell and high on life. He wore a cowboy hat and referred to himself as the Wolf, after the cold-blooded, coolly rational fixer played by Harvey Keitel in Pulp Fiction. He was tireless—always on the move, always thirsty.

--From What Makes Uber Run in Fast Company.