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Uber chief remains in driver's seat on road to change

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"He (Mr Kalanick) started as a scrappy entrepreneur, and now he needs to bring about the changes in himself and the way he leads that are appropriate to a big company," said Ms Huffington.

San Francisco

UBER chief Travis Kalanick will remain in the driver's seat as the scandal-tainted on-demand ride service tries to plot a friendlier course with workers, riders and drivers.

Board member Arianna Huffington joined executives on Tuesday to update journalists on efforts

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