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Uber’s president Jeff Jones is quitting the car-hailing business after a brief six-month stretch. Jones’ choice of a swift departure is essentially down to the company’s controversy laden decisions and apparent degenerate corporate culture. Show More Summary
The departure comes as the third in recent months amid the company's spate of controversies in 2017.
Jeff Jones just quit, Google's lawyers are getting closer, a successful IPO seems like a distant fantasy and god only knows what scandal will emerge next. Predicting how Travis Kalanick will respond to Uber's towering pile of disasters is like predicting what could happen if a wild goose suddenly found itself locked overnight in a mortuary. Show More Summary
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Jeff Jones has quit Uber, with the company confirming in a statement the president would be moving on after six months in the role, and a statement from Jones himself telling quite the story. More »
Uber’s president has resigned after just six months on the job, the ride-hailing company confirmed Sunday. Uber didn’t provide public comment explaining Jeff Jones’ departure. But the tech blog Recode, which first reported his resignation, said Uber Chief Executive Travis Kalanick told employees...
Uber President Jeff Jones resigned Sunday from his role at the beleaguered company after only six months. Five more high-level employees are either leaving soon or have already left since December. Jones is quitting amid significant controversy at Uber. Show More Summary
Ridesharing giant Uber took another hit with the departure of its president, Jeff Jones, after just six months, US media reported on Sunday. Jones' departure comes after a series of difficulties at Uber, Recode and The Wall Street Journal reported. According to Recode, Jones had voiced dissatisfaction with the company's strategies.
Uber President Jeff Jones has quit just six months after joining the ridesharing firm. CEO Travis Kalanick hinted at the reason for Jones’ departure in an email sent to staff on Sunday announcing the move. (Prior to joining Uber as second in command, Jones was Chief Marketing Officer at retailer Target.) “After we announced our...
Jones says his values didn't align with the ride-sharing company.
Jeff Jones, the president of the embattled ride-hailing company Uber, has resigned just six months after taking the job, the company confirmed Sunday. In a brief statement, Uber didn't say why Jones left. "We want to thank Jeff for his six months at the company and wish him all the best," the statement...
Morale at Uber's head office in San Francisco could well be at its lowest level this week after two more executives announced they intend to leave the taxi-hailing giant over the weekend. Uber president Jeff Jones and Uber vice president...Show More Summary
Jeff Jones was only at the controversy-wracked riddled ride-hailing service six months
San Francisco - Uber Technologies President Jeff Jones is quitting after less than a year, amid multiple controversies engulfing the ride-hailing company. The scandals range from allegations of sexual harassment and a toxic work culture...Show More Summary
More turmoil at Uber: Jeff Jones, the president the company hired from Target less than a year ago, has become the latest top exec to depart, the Wall Street Journal reports. Jones, a marketing expert who joined the company after Uber CEO Travis Kalanick said the company "needed a real...
Jeff Jones, president of the embattled ride-hailing company Uber, has resigned just six months after taking the job, the company confirmed Sunday.
Good morning! Here is the tech news you need to know this Monday. 1. Uber's president of ridesharing, Jeff Jones, is leaving the company after less than a year on the job. Jones' role as president meant he was in charge of all of Uber's operations, marketing, and customer support around the globe. 2. Show More Summary
Just six months after joining Uber as its president and the head of the company’s ridesharing business, Jeff Jones has thrown in the towel, citing differences in the approach to leadership there. Jones joined Uber in the fall after a five-year stint at Target as the retail giant’s CMO. Show More Summary
After serving less than a year as Uber Technologies Inc.’s president, Jeff Jones is quitting, reportedly deciding the ride-hailing giant’s many problems were worse than he realized. The resignation and the reasons for it were first reported by Recode Sunday afternoon, but later Uber confirmed that Jones had decided to step down. Show More Summary