Waymo, the self-driving vehicle company spun off of Google's parent company Alphabet in 2016, scored a major win earlier this month when a federal appeals court ordered Uber to hand over secret documentation related to the two company's ongoing legal battle.
Last week, a federal circuit appeals judge ruled that Uber must hand over the due diligence report it commissioned ahead of its acquisition of self-driving truck startup Otto. Former Uber and Waymo engineer Anthony Levandowski allegedly stole more than 14,000 files before he left Waymo and started the self-driving truck company that is Otto, which was nearly immediately acquired by Uber.
San Francisco: Google has been reluctant about sharing how much it spends on self-driving technology but now, the number - over $1 billion - has been accidentally revealed while reviewing documents in the ongoing legal tussle between Google's Waymo and Uber. Waymo believed that by obtaining the report, it would determine what Uber knows and when it did so.
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Uber has denied using any of Waymo's trade secrets.
The documents contain information on what investigators were able to pull out from Levandowski's computers and mobile devices.
Waymo's legal battle with Uber is yet another difficulty new CEO Dara Khosrowshahi has inherited from the reign of his predecessor Travis Kalanick, who resigned amid allegations he tolerated a culture of sexual harassment.
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"They go to the heart of our case and in order to accommodate new depositions, expert reports and briefings, we've asked for additional time before trial", the spokesman added.
Alphabet Inc is now also in discussions with Lyft Inc about a possible investment, which would boost the No. 2 ride provider, as it battles rival Uber for market share.
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