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What Kalanick’s Fall Means for Silicon Valley Culture

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For years, Uber Technologies Inc. founder Travis Kalanick has been the poster boy for Silicon Valley success, idolized by entrepreneurs for building the world’s biggest venture-backed company with an approach that snubbed convention and prioritized winning at all costs.

On Tuesday, Mr. Kalanick lost, pushed to resign as Uber’s chief executive by rebellious investors—a stunning fall that is prompting reassessment of the…

Source : WSJ

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