Travis Kalanick will take a leave of absence from his post as CEO of Uber following his mother’s recent death, according to New York Times reporter Mike Isaac.
Companywide email just went.. Huffington Post
With Travis Kalanick's resignation as chief executive of Uber, the company's board is now tasked with finding a new leader to help the company turn the page after a scandal-fueled 2017. Mounting.. Source: Wochit Business -
Rachel Whetstone, Uber's head of communications and policy, is leaving the company following a months long public relations crisis that has left the ride-hailing giant's reputation in tatters,.. Business Insider
Ride-hailing service Lyft Inc. is taking on its biggest rival Uber by saying it is a more diverse company with a greater sensitivity to social issues, including sexism in the workplace and new policies.. bizjournals
Uber is suspending its entire self-driving car program while it investigates a serious crash of one of its vehicles in Arizona.
Uber confirmed the accident after a photo was posted on Twitter.. Huffington Post
A tumultuous time for Uber continues.
One of the company’s autonomous vehicles was involved in a collision Friday in Tempe, Arizona. The incident has prompted company executives to.. Car and Driver
Microsoft's LinkedIn is starting to roll out a new feature, called "Trending Storylines," that highlights multiple perspectives on the biggest news of the moment so you can go into your next meeting.. Business Insider
Controversies be damned. Uber’s board still has complete confidence in CEO Travis Kalanick.
That’s according to Uber board member (and former HuffPost editor in chief) Arianna Huffington, who.. Huffington Post
Jeff Jones, the marketing executive who left Target Corp. just months ago to take the No. 2 job at Uber Technologies, is leaving after only six months amid upheaval at the San Francisco ride-hailing.. bizjournals
Uber’s president has resigned after just six months on the job, the ride-hailing company confirmed Sunday.
Uber didn’t provide public comment explaining Jeff Jones’ departure. But the tech.. L.A. Times
Jeff Jones, the president of Uber, is leaving the troubled ride-sharing company after a series of controversies at the company made him decide to move on, he said this week, barely a year after he.. bizjournals