Uber maybe just lost a major executive. Here's what that means.
Change may finally be coming to Uber.
The ridesharing giant is reportedly parting ways with Emil Michael, the company’s chief business officer and the right-hand man of CEO Travis Kalanick, according to the Wall Street Journal. There’s also talk of Kalanick taking a leave of absence.
Uber did not immediately respond to Mashable’s request for comment.
Kalanick’s full-on removal has been the topic of debate between investors and reporters like our own Lance Ulanoff, and even a leave of absence would be a significant development for the embattled exec. Kalanick has since the early days of Uber been the company’s figurehead and while