Uber CEO Travis Kalanick Resigns

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Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Uber Travis Kalanick gestures as he speaks at an event in New Delhi on December 16, 2016.  (Photo: Money Sharma/AFP/Getty Images)

After months of scandals and a major review of the company’s culture, Uber CEO Travis Kalanick has resigned under pressure from investors. Kalanick’s critics hope the leadership shakeup will change the culture at the ride-hailing company, which has been facing allegations of sexual harassment and discrimination. We’ll discuss the resignation and what it could mean for the San Francisco-based company, its employees, investors and customers.

Guests:
Eric Newcomer,
technology reporter, Bloomberg
Queena Kim, senior editor, KQED’s Silicon Valley desk

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