Benchmark Sues to Kick Kalanick Off Uber's Board




 

Aug.10 -- Ex-Uber Technologies Chief Executive Officer Travis Kalanick allegedly duped investor Benchmark into allowing him to fill three of the ride-sharing company's board seats, according to a lawsuit filed Thursday calling for his ouster as a company director. Bloomberg's Brad Stone has more on "Bloomberg Markets."

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