Uber’s Emil Michael is out, here’s it’s new #2

Uber has parted ways with Emil Michael, its senior vice president for business and CEO Travis Kalanick’s right-hand man, after serving for nearly four years. If the name sounds familiar, it might be because Michael was the one who suggested that Uber should hire researchers to dig up dirt on journalists, and also accompanied Kalanick to an escort-karaoke bar in South Korea, along with a female employee who felt uncomfortable seeing some of the company’s executives pick girls from the establishment to join them. According to the New York Times, Michael, Kalanick, Asia Pacific executive Eric Alexander and CTO Thuan…

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