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Uber will never be free of Travis Kalanick

Not quite two months ago, investors forced Uber founder and CEO Travis Kalanick out of the company he founded. Within hours, there was a petition circulating among employees calling for his return; within weeks, he was reportedly telling friends that he was going to "Steve Jobs" a return to power. Now, one of Uber's earliest investors, Benchmark Capital, has filed a lawsuit to try and remove Kalanick from the board thanks to a breach of fiduciary duty.
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