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Kalanick owns 10 percent of Uber, which will earn him about $1.4 billion in this sale.

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Cash infusion, and a new board intended to limit Travis Kalanick's power

New board will limit the power still wielded by Travis Kalanick

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Security chief fired; board investigated hack, but when?

"There is no question that the previous management and security team at Uber failed in their responsibility to their drivers, to regulators, to justice and above all to customers. That's a pretty long list."

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New CEO says he only recently learned of the hack

New CEO Dara Khosrowshahi inherits yet another scandal from Uber founder Travis Kalanick.

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Travis Kalanick will still have some influence, but he won't retake the throne.

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She's helping to develop the movie, too.

For many women in Silicon Valley, Fowler's blog post was the shot heard around the world.

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The appointments were a "complete surprise" to Uber and its board

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He's a guy who "can bring order to chaos" — so how will he and Travis Kalanick get along?

He's a guy who "can bring order to chaos" — so how will he and Travis Kalanick get along?

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He's helped make Expedia a leader in another industry full of change and competition

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Uber's board is expected to vote on a new CEO within two weeks.

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It could put his board seat in jeopardy.

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He told Travis Kalanick he had 'found' five CDs filled with information.

Instead, Anthony Levandowski told Travis Kalanick he had "found" five CDs with Waymo information.

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Those files are pertinent to an ongoing patent lawsuit over autonomous technology between Uber and Google's former autonomous car unit now known as Waymo.

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The 40-year-old's pugnacious style defined Uber's approach and helped it become a transportation colossus valued at $68 billion

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He said it didn't come off the way he had intended.

When he returns, he'll have a stripped down role and more oversight from an independent chair.

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The months-long investigation was headed by former Attorney General Eric Holder.

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