Uber chairman: Travis Kalanick won't be CEO again
Garrett Camp, Uber's co-founder and chairman, is denying recent rumors that former CEO Travis Kalanick could regain his old job, according to an email to employees that wasobtained by Recode. Kalanick resigned as CEO in June after a group of investors pressured him to step down (despite not having enough voting power to force him out).
"It's time for a new chapter and the right leader for our next phase of growth," Camp wrote in the email. "Despite rumors I'm sure you've seen in the news, Travis is not returning as CEO. We are committed to hiring a new world class CEO to lead Uber."