Uber CEO Travis Kalanick steps down

The New York Times reports that, under heavy pressure from a large group of company shareholders, Uber CEO Travis Kalanick is stepping down. Despite scandals of many types — sexual assaults by drivers, “greyballing” regulators, disputes over driver pay and a corporate culture apparently teeming with harassment — Kalanick had remained the company’s leader, announcing a week ago that he would take a leave of absence.


Source: New York Times

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