Home / Social Media / Uber president Jeff Jones is leaving the company amid turmoil

Uber president Jeff Jones is leaving the company amid turmoil

collected by :EmyJakop

as declared in Things just seemingly keep getting worse at Uber, which now is reportedly losing its president Jeff Jones according to Recode.
Meanwhile, Uber CEO Travis Kalanick sent the following letter to Uber staff:Team, I wanted to let you know that Jeff Jones has decided to resign from Uber.
Jones is not the only recent departure, with SVP of engineering and former Googler Amit Singhal leaving the company at the end of February.
At the beginning of the year, people viewed that Uber was taking advantage of a major protest amid Donald Trump’s immigration ban.
Jeff joined Uber in October 2016 from being CMO at retailer Target.

as informed in

Jeff Jones, the president of Uber, is quitting the car-hailing company after less than a year.
Here is Kalanick’s full note to the staff:Team, I wanted to let you know that Jeff Jones has decided to resign from Uber.
In addition, the now persistently apologetic Kalanick announced the search for a COO to help him do a better job.
After we announced our intention to hire a COO, Jeff came to the tough decision that he doesn’t see his future at Uber.
Instead, these sources said, Jones determined that the situation at the company was more problematic than he realized.

targetjeff_jones_750xx1200_675_0_134.0

as informed in

Uber president Jeff Jones is quitting, citing differences over ‘beliefs and approach to leadership’

Jeff Jones, the president of Uber, is quitting the car-hailing company after less than a year.
Here is Kalanick’s full note to the staff:Team, I wanted to let you know that Jeff Jones has decided to resign from Uber.
In addition, the now persistently apologetic Kalanick announced the search for a COO to help him do a better job.
After we announced our intention to hire a COO, Jeff came to the tough decision that he doesn’t see his future at Uber.
Instead, these sources said, Jones determined that the situation at the company was more problematic than he realized.

 

to read more

visit us

social media

Check Also

U.S. President Donald Trump speaks while meeting with Ricardo Rossello, governor of Puerto Rico, not pictured, in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Thursday, Oct. 19, 2017. Trump said his administration's response to Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico, where 22 percent of the islands residents have electricity and 72 percent have access to drinkable water, deserves a perfect "10" rating as he met with Rossello. Photographer: Kevin Dietsch/Pool via Bloomberg

President Trump defends Twitter Utilize, tells media key to White house victory

collected by :EmyJakop President Trump told which Twitter allows him to blaze back at his …