Uber Technologies Inc. founder and CEO Travis Kalanick has resigned from the ride-sharing company just days after he was asked to take a leave of absence in the wake of a report into allegations of discrimination and bullying at the world's startup.
Your first ride may be minutes away, but it will take a lot longer for Uber to recover its reputation. As the ride-sharing service continues to navigate one public relations disaster after another, its executives have begun to flee.
Will customers keep riding with Uber or do competitors, including Lyft, stand to benefit?
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