As Uber looks to put the controversy around its former CEO Travis Kalanick behind it, the ride-hailing company has been searching for a new chief executive.
According to reports, Uber would like to complete the search by Labor Day, so efforts to replace Kalanick are intensifying. Reaching a consensus on Kalanick’s successor is proving elusive. According to The New York Times, Uber’s eight-person board is divided over who should be the next CEO.
24/7 Wall St. reviewed the possible candidates to succeed Kalanick and put together brief summaries of their careers.