Following the crisis that have been rocking Uber Technology inc nothing less than nine top executives have left the Taxi company.
The exodus from Uber started in February with Raffi Krikorian departure in February to move with his family back to California.  Amit Singhal, former SVP of engineering and advisor to Travis Kalanick left in February 27th barely one month after coming out of retirement to join Uber. Uber was asked to resign by Uber after published reports disclosed that sexual-harassment allegations were made against him at his previous job, which he hadn’t disclosed to Uber.
In March, Ed Baker, former VP of Product and Growth in Uber left Uber in march 3rd over mysterious circumstances. Gary Marcus, former head of Uber AI Labs left Uber in March 23rd to spend time with his family and in March 28th Brian McClendon, former VP of Maps and Business Platform left Uber to explore politics in his home town. Charlie Miller left Uber to join Uber rival Didi Chuxing in March 2017 to work on the Chinese company’s autonomous vehicles. 
Sherif Marakby, former VP of Global Vehicle Programs left Uber in April 17th following a law suit by Waymu, Googles self driving car project.
In May, Josh Mohrer who built Uber’s operations in New York City and Brian Tolkin, the first Uber pool product manager left uber.
Recall that many Taxi drivers have been protesting against Uber on the basis that it doesn’t hold a fair competition against local taxi drivers

It's only fair to share...Share on Facebook0Share on Google+0Tweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedIn0


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here