Uber HR Chief's promise to staff: 'We will not fail you again'

Uber HR Chief's promise to staff: 'We will not fail you again'

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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