Uber cofounder laments company’s culture problems, fails to mention Travis Kalanick


It seems that one of Uber cofounders would like to apologize for the culture problems at Uber, except he forgot the word “apologize.” He also forgot to mention one of the drivers of the problem: the leadership, namely CEO Travis Kalanick.

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Garrett Camp, a cofounder of Uber who now serves as chairman, wrote a blog post on Medium Tuesday — a week after Kalanick took a leave of absence from the ride-hailing giant and other major executive and internal shakeups occurred. In that 2-minute read, titled “Uber’s path forward,” Camp reflects, a bit, on what happened and what is being done.  Read more…

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