Uber knew fired exec had info at center of Google theft case

Waymo tells judge: Uber's ex-CEO knew about Google files

Uber CEO Travis Kalanick resigns

Ousted Uber Technologies Inc. head Travis Kalanick learned early previous year that the engineer who until recently oversaw the company's driverless auto project possessed discs of information from Google, according to a court filing. About five major Uber investors forced the CEO to do so for the company continue to garner bad reputation over time.

His resignation came barely seven days after Uber CEO Travis Kalanick announced that he will take an indefinite leave of absence.

The company's internal troubles had also spilled out into the public, and a recent survey of Uber passengers conducted by media and technology company Morning Consult found that of around 1,700 surveyed participants, 57 percent were aware of claims of bullying, sexism and sexual harassment at the company.

Waymo claims in the lawsuit that in 2015, Levandowski and Uber hatched a plan for him to steal more than 14,000 proprietary files, including the designs for lidar technology that helps driverless cars see their surroundings.

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The motion, reported on earlier today by Bloomberg, states that Uber has violated its discovery obligations and asks for a hearing to consider whether Uber should be held in contempt.

Apart from this, a letter requesting Uber employees to sign a petition states, "Nobody is ideal, but I fundamentally believe he can evolve into the leader Uber needs today and that he's critical to its future success". The former Uber chief persuaded Mr. York to drop out of school at 18 to join Uber in 2012.

Uber previously said in a statement, "No one should have to go through a horrific experience like this, and we're truly sorry that she's had to relive it over the last few weeks".

Kalanick's resignation shocked many in Silicon Valley who viewed his position as secure, since he held plenty of Uber's stock, and had built the ride-hailing service into a almost $70-billion company in just eight years.

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Meanwhile, Uber has been mired in other controversies. Uber's board releases Holder's recommendations, which include removing some of Kalanick's responsibilities and replacing Uber's chairman and founder, Garrett Camp, with an independent chairman. The rapist was convicted in 2015. Unfortunately for him, they have no time to wait, so he was asked to leave. Alexander was sacked earlier this month.

"Over the years we have neglected parts of our culture as we have focused on growth". As Bloomberg View columnist Matt Levine pointed out, Kalanick controlled the majority of seats on Uber's board, as well as a majority of voting rights for shareholders.

She repeated that position on Friday in an interview with Reuters by saying Kalanick's leave of absence was exclusively his decision.

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