The board of Uber Technologies Inc, including two new appointees of former Chief Executive Travis Kalanick, will meet on Tuesday to consider proposals that diminish the co-founder's influence, strip early investors of supervoting power and secure a multibillion-dollar investment, sources said. Proponents of the measures believe they can prevail on each issue, despite the addition to the board of two new directors named by Kalanick and a legal threat from early investors, two people familiar with the matter said. Kalanick, ousted by investors in June, contends that fellow Uber ...
Uber board set for contentious meeting to strip Travis Kalanick's powers
Kalanick, ousted by investors in June, contends that fellow Uber board members are moving too fast