Uber resignations: Ryan Graves

As of right now, Uber is a $60 billion company with no CEO, no CFO, and no chief operating officer. Ryan Graves, Uber's first employee who has served as the company's senior vice president of global operations, has stepped down from his role. Uber has had no COO for years, which has left Graves to take on much of the workload that the C-suite exec would normally handle.

In a letter to employees, Graves said "I'll be embracing another big change on my journey with Uber and will transition out of a full-time operating role to focus on my role as a Board Director." Graves was known to be one of former CEO Travis Kalanick's most loyal supporters, which may explain his move away from Uber's executive team.

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