Op-Ed: Uber's CEO is taking a leave of absence. That's a disaster for Uber
For the past three months, Uber has been searching for a chief operating officer, a No. 2 who could professionalize the company and push for changes to deal with problems like workplace misogyny. In announcing the position, Kalanick portrayed this as a very senior position: "we're actively looking for a Chief Operating Officer: a peer who can partner...