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Uber Founder Resigns as CEO

June 21, 2017

Travis Kalanick has resigned as Uber's CEO. Photo via Flickr/Heisenberg Media
Travis Kalanick has resigned as Uber's CEO. Photo via Flickr/Heisenberg Media

Uber Founder Travis Kalanick has stepped down as CEO of Uber ride-hailing service, according to a report by The New York Times.

Kalanick’s exit came after pressure involving Uber’s investors. Five of Uber’s major investors demanded that he resign immediately, says the report. The investors wrote a letter to Kalanick saying that he must leave and the company needed a change in leadership.

Kalanick agreed to step down and will remain on Uber’s board of directors, according to the report.

Click here for the full New York Times report.

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