The ongoing crises at Uber just led to its most high-profile executive departure yet.
Emil Michael, Uber’s SVP of business and a right-hand man to CEO Travis Kalanick, has left the company. A spokesperson for Uber confirmed his departure to CNN Tech.
The announcement follows reports over the weekend that Michael might leave the company after an investigation into sexual harassment and workplace culture at the ride-hailing startup.
Michael’s fate at the company was said to be one subject of debate during a board meeting Sunday that lasted about seven hours. Uber is also reportedly weighing a leave of absence for Kalanick following the death of his mother in a boating accident last month.