Original Article From Bloomberg
More bad press for Uber: There’s no question that it’s been a hard year for their CEO Travis Kalanick and Uber—or really, a bad year compressed down into an awful three months. And it keeps getting worse.
Here is a summary of the latest unfortunate event:
A heated argument over Uber’s fares between the CEO and one of his drivers, Fawzi Kamel, erupted and was caught on camera. Kamel, 37, has been driving for Uber since 2011 and wants to draw attention to the plight of Uber drivers. The video shows off Kalanick’s pugnacious personality and short temper, which may cause some investors to question whether he has the disposition to lead a $69 billion company with a footprint that spans the globe.
Once at his destination Kalanick quickly leaves the care and slams his door. Kamel drives away. Later, the Uber driver app prompts him to rate Kalanick, as he does all his riders. Kamel gives him one star.
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