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Uber's No. 2 executive quits after 6 months

CNNMoney Sunday, 19 March 2017
Uber president Jeff Jones, formerly chief marketing officer at Target, has abruptly quit the company.
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Uber President Jeff Jones is reportedly leaving the ride-hailing service after about six months in the job. The resignation comes less than two weeks after company CEO Travis Kalanick admitted he needed to "grow up" and said he would seek leadership help. The ride-hailing service has had a rough...

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