Not quite two months ago, investors forced Uber founder and CEO Travis Kalanick out of the company he founded. Within hours, there was a petition circulating among employees calling for his return; within weeks, he was reportedly telling friends that he was going to "Steve Jobs" a return to power.
Now, one of Uber's earliest investors, Benchmark Capital, has filed a lawsuit to try and remove Kalanick from the board thanks to a breach of fiduciary duty. It's a messy civil war with a $60 billion company on the line, and it's not going to end any time soon.
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