An Uber executive quit this week. That alone is not shocking given the number of employees who had fled the ride-hailing giant over the last year.
But the departure of Jo Bertram is something a bit different. She served as the general manager of Northern Europe over the last four years, and her resignation arrived on the eve of Uber’s new CEO arriving in London to meet with the city’s regulators.
The timing is crucial. It’s a contentious moment for Uber, especially in London. Last week, Transport for London (TfL) it would not renew Uber’s license to operate in the city. The TfL’s reasoning was rather blunt and critical. Read more…
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