Top Uber exec Emil Michael departs the company as Kalanick's fate remains in doubt
The descent of Uber into corporate chaos reached a critical juncture Monday as the company shed yet another top executive, added a new outside board member and prepared for a day of reckoning over allegations of widespread harassment of employees.
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