Following pressure from investors, the embattled Chief Executive of Uber, Travis Kalanick resigned last week.
Kalanick, who helped to establish the company eight years ago and turn the firm into a global service, was in the firing line when it came to the firms' abusive, sexist and discriminatory culture. In a move deemed by stakeholders as better for the business, Kalanick stepped down as CEO but will remain a board member.
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