Some Uber workers want Kalanick back, Tesla in the music biz?
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According to BuzzFeed some Uber employees are so upset with former CEO Travis Kalanick's exit from the company that they've started a petition to bring him back.
The text within says that Kalanick might have flaws but he's the best leader for the company.
Uber has since put out a statement regarding the petition saying, the decision to have [UNKNOWN] is not made lightly.
Facing what feels like an existential crisis, Facebook is getting out a new public mission statement that focuses on improving the world by building communities and bringing people closer together.
Facebook is approaching 2 billion users, and wants to make the world more open and connected.
It also plans to roll out new features for its group services as well.
And finally, Recode is reporting that Tesla is in licensing talks with music labels for a proprietary streaming music service Tesla isn't responding directly to the report but instead says its goal is to quote, simply achieve maximum happiness for our customers.
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