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Kalanick looks to keep front-seat role at Uber — FT.com

This isn’t “pulling a Steve Jobs,” as Kalanick calls it. Jobs spent ample time in the wilderness before returning to Apple, and can back smarter. Since Kalanick is seeking a return to the “hustling” ways that brought Uber to its crisis, his activism is a form of cancer, founderblastoma. Undifferentiated aspirations turning into political blockers […]

This isn’t “pulling a Steve Jobs,” as Kalanick calls it. Jobs spent ample time in the wilderness before returning to Apple, and can back smarter. Since Kalanick is seeking a return to the “hustling” ways that brought Uber to its crisis, his activism is a form of cancer, founderblastoma. Undifferentiated aspirations turning into political blockers to progress.

Travis Kalanick, Uber’s former chief executive, is looking to stay closely involved in strategic and operational decision-making, according to people familiar with the car-booking company’s search for a new CEO who can turn its crisis-battered image around and restore employee morale.

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