Appointment of Taxicabber Network, Uber Chief Executive Trvas Kallik resigns After the company’s shareholders demanded not to be in the position, he withdrew from his duties.
Today’s news on Wednesday in the New York Times. News AFP
Coincidentally, the New York Times reported that two people have been identified as failing to bring confidence to the company, which has plagued the scandal. In this context, the company’s top five investors demanded the resignation of Kallenik. Then he resigned on Tuesday.
Investors have written them in writing. Among them is Uber’s biggest investor.
It is worth mentioning that in spite of the complexity of many countries, the Uber service is effective in many countries of the world.