In recent news, there have been many cases of executives losing their jobs due to controversy at their company. Just this week, Uber CEO Travis Kalanick resigned amid a growing crisis at the transportation start-up. His exodus follows that of several other top executives at the company in recent months. The members of the executive staff at Uber aren’t the first to find themselves under fire in the last year. In April, the CEO of United faced controversy when a passenger was taken off an overbooked flight, Wells Fargo and its executive continue to come under fire for modifying mortgages without authorization and other illegal practices, and Volkswagen was asked to pay fines for not following guidelines for emissions tests...

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26 June 2017

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