Uber co-founder and CEO Travis Cordell Kalanick has resigned. CEO Travis Cordell Kalanick had to oppose shareholders for ignoring the issues of sexual harassment, discrimination and misbehavior in Uber’s office.
After returning from Travis’s leave, he made this decision. After going on holiday, there was an atmosphere of pride among the big investors and five investors together demanded the resignation of Travis.
It is notable that among the five investors, Venture Capital has the biggest protest against Travis . The New York Times had said on June 12 that the failure of the work culture in the company. It was then said that there is talk of removal of top officer Emil Michael from the job.
Significantly that the company’s important officer was recently removed. Ober removed the job of Asia Pacific Business President Eric Alexander on June 6.