Uber’s troubled chief executive Travis Kalanick is reported to have quit the company following a revolt by major shareholders.
US media said he agreed to leave his post at the taxi app firm after receiving a letter from some its top investors – just a week after he announced he was taking time out from his duties to battle his personal demons.
The New York Times said Uber’s co-founder agreed to go after deciding his future had become a distraction from Uber’s mission and its bid to overturn a toxic culture amid allegations of bullying and harassment.
The paper reported that five major institutional investors had earlier demanded his resignation.
Source: SKY News Feed