Uber's in a lot of hot water.
The ride-hailing service said its CEO, Travis Kalanick, is Lyft for your next ride (assuming it's available where you live).. Kalanick talked about Uber 2.0, but we wonder if he'll be back as CEO. We also discuss whether this means you'll be clicking on
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