Uber drivers aren't sweating Kalanick's departure
“He stepped down? No way!”
I was on my fourth Uber ride of the afternoon, trying to gauge the temperature of the contractors who are the life’s blood of the increasingly controversial startup.
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Firas, who was taking me back to Mashable’s mid-town Manhattan office had no idea that Uber CEO and founder Travis Kalanick was taking time away from the company to focus on becoming a better leader and deal with the death of his mother.
Like most of my other drivers, Firas (none of the drivers provided their