Meg Whitman took to Twitter (TWTR - Get Report) to say once again that she is not going to be Uber's next CEO, Recode reported.

(1/3) Normally I do not comment on rumors, but the speculation about my future and Uber has become a distraction.

— Meg Whitman (@MegWhitman) July 28, 2017

(2/3) So let me make this as clear as I can. I am fully committed to HPE and plan to remain the company's CEO.

— Meg Whitman (@MegWhitman) July 28, 2017

(3/3) We have a lot of work still to do at HPE and I am not going anywhere. Uber's CEO will not be Meg Whitman.

— Meg Whitman (@MegWhitman) July 28, 2017

Whitman serves as the CEO of Hewlett Packard Enterprises (HPE - Get Report) and says she's committed to staying there. She stepped down from the board of HP Inc (HP - Get Report) this week.

Rumors of Whitman's name on the short list for Travis Kalanick's replacement have swirled as she's advised the troubled company through a series of crises. Whitman was also an early investor in the ride-hailing service.

Hewlett Packard Enterprises and HP Inc split in 2015. HP Inc handles printing and PC businesses and Hewlett Packard Enterprises manages technology solutions.

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