Uber has seen an exodus of senior managers in recent weeks, amid heightened scrutiny of its workplace culture prompted by sexual harassment allegations by a former engineer. Among the people who’ve left or announced departures, either under pressure or for other reasons, are three executives who reported to CEO Travis Kalanick: ridesharing president Jeff Jones (ostensibly the No. 2 executive for Uber’s core business); head of growth Ed Baker; and engineering vice president Amit Singhal. Other departures include mapping chief Brian McClendon, who had reported to Mr. Singhal.
Meanwhile Mr. Kalanick has said he is looking for a chief operating officer to help him run the company, news we first reported.
In the light of these events, we’ve updated our Uber org chart. We plan to keep updating this chart as Uber’s management evolves in coming months.
(Below is our original story from last August.)