First Uber CEO to discuss 'Forget

First Uber CEO to discuss 'Forget

Uber's co-founder and CEO Travis Kalanick was forced to resign in May due to controversial image and one-on-one mistakes. For more than two years, he kept Uber as a tree.

Avoid all controversy by being tactical. But this time there was a storm of criticism. Allegations against him that he has described the killing of Jamal Khashoggi as 'grave wrong'.

Also, he compared the killings to Uber's auto-driven car accidents. In an interview with TV show Axios on HBO, he said the government (Saudi Arabia) had stated it as wrong. We also (Uber) made a mistake about automatic cars, stopped driving.

Now I am trying to correct that mistake. That is why those who make mistakes are never forgiven. Others are seeing the mistake (murder) too much. In a tweet on Monday, he wrote that there was no apology for what had happened to Khashoggi.

This is not an event to forget. After the interview, I told Dan Primack, Business Editor of Axios, that I said something I didn't believe in myself. Our investors know what my point of view is. I apologize. What I said in Axios was unclear. Because Uber's fifth-largest investing company is the Public Investment Fund.

Saudi Youth King Mohammed bin Salman is its chairman. Also, Uber has a 190 crore doller investment in public investment funds. Jamal Khashoggi, a columnist for the Washington Post, was killed in a Saudi consulate in Istanbul in October last year. It is said that Saudi Arabia's Mohammed bin Salman ordered the killings.

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