Travis Kalanick, now the former chief executive of Uber, speaks during the opening of "Startup Fest" in Amsterdamlast year. Kalanick resigned from his job this week, giving up on his effort to hold onto power as a torrent of scandals enveloped him and the global ride-hailing leviathan he co-founded. Photo: Bloomberg
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Uber left highly vulnerable, as Kalanick joins top executive exodus

HKEX would do well to learn from what’s happened at the car-hailing giant, as it pulls together plans for Hong Kong’s New Board, which hopes to attract the tech start-up giants of the future

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Travis Kalanick, now the former chief executive of Uber, speaks during the opening of "Startup Fest" in Amsterdamlast year. Kalanick resigned from his job this week, giving up on his effort to hold onto power as a torrent of scandals enveloped him and the global ride-hailing leviathan he co-founded. Photo: Bloomberg
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