Travis Kalanick’s Ride With Uber Is Officially Over

The CEO got a very low rating from some very high-powered investors.

The New York Times has reported that Travis Kalanick, the Uber CEO who has been generously described as controversial, has resigned his position after some pretty forceful suggestions from the company’s investors.

Uber’s troubles, of course, aren’t exactly new. As Trevor reported back in 2015, between the lack of benefits for drivers, the ruthlessness of their pricing and the annoyance of constantly hearing the phrase “It’s the Uber of ______,” the ridesharing company has had some two-star PR for a while:

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