Uber Ousts Top Deputy as Fate of CEO Kalanick Hangs in Balance

Uber Ousts Top Deputy as Fate of CEO Kalanick Hangs in Balance

By David Jones

Jun 13, 2017 9:03 AM PT

Uber Technologies on Monday lost its second-most-important executive in a shakeup stemming from an internal investigation into sexual harassment charges. The changes at the top reportedly could include the temporary loss of Uber’s founder and chief executive, Travis Kalanick.

Emil Michael — who served as the company’s senior vice president of business and a key lieutenant to Kalanick — is out.

“I can confirm that Emil Michael is no longer with the company,” Uber spokesperson Matthew Wing told the E-Commerce Times. “I have no additional comment beyond that.”

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