Ride-services Company Uber is experiencing a separate panel of administrators and upset shareholders after trader Benchmark Capital registered a case against their ousted chief executive, Travis Kalanick, working another strike to the firm as its challenges to get over a series of scams and employ a new leader.
This move comes only a day after Benchmark took the competitive phase of processing fit against Uber’s former CEO Travis Kalanick, disagreeing that the creator had breached his fiduciary responsibility to the organization and had dedicated scams by looking for to “increase his power over Uber for his own selfish ends.” Their fit is looking for to eliminate Kalanick from the board and reduce his role at the organization.
In their correspondence, the traders ask that Benchmark step down from the board and divest from the organization so that it stops to have panel consultation abilities. They also note that they have traders set up to acquire 75% of Benchmark’s present position, which is currently near $9 billion dollars at Uber’s present $69 billion valuations if they are willing to take out their court action.
Now back to the case. At the time of publication, Pishevar’s case had just 41 followers. Change.org will provide a case to Benchmark once it strikes 100 followers. A source says Pishevar has sent the case to some other Uber investors, asking them to jump in.
A representative for Benchmark could not be instantly achieved for an opinion. An Uber representative declined to comment.