Uber co-founder Travis Kalanick has resigned from his position as chief executive of ride-hailing app following a tumultuous six months of scandal. Kalanick stepped down in the face of pressure from five of Uber’s largest investors, according to the sources. However, Kalanick will stay on the company’s board. Uber continues to face challenges on multiple fronts.Senior Vice President (International Operations) Ryan Grews told that he is resigning from his post in September. However, he will remain in the board of directors.
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