BUSINESS- Ride hailing company Uber has lost another one of its top executive. This time it is Uber's senior vice president Emil Michael who has parted ways with the company. Michael was a close ally of CEO Travis Kalanick.
It is being said that former US Attorney General Eric Holder has recommended to remove him in a report and the firm unanimously adopted it.
But neither Uber nor Mr. Michael himself has confirmed if he has been fired or he resigned.
Analysts point out that his departure could be seen in light of the recent harassment and other allegations against the company and Uber has used him as a fall guy.