Uber’s CEO Resigns Following A Request From Investors – Android Headlines


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The New York Times stated that Uber’s CEO, Travis Kalanick, has resigned, and Mr. Kalanick’s statement confirms that. Mr. Kalanick helped found Uber back in 2009, and he was also one of the pivotal people responsible for such a huge growth of this …
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