Can Uber become a 'just' workplace? CEO Travis Kalanick lays out the plan
It’s been a rough spring for Uber CEO Travis Kalanick, or TK.
Both he and his company have been reeling from a workplace harassment and sexism scandal hit his company back in February, which also came shortly after the #DeleteUber movement began.
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Since then, Uber’s CEO has mostly avoided public appearances, not that he was a particularly public figure before now. Kalanick barely ever talks or shares much personal insight in public forums. Unlike Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, you don’t typically hear updates from Kalanick or see him on