Uber CEO resigns; Mayor says he doesn't expect Pittsburgh operations to be affected

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Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto doesn't expect the resignation of Uber CEO Travis Kalanick to impact the company's operations in Pittsburgh.
 
Speaking to reporters Wednesday afternoon at City Hall, Peduto said he's been in contact with the company over the last 24 hours after the shakeup was announced.
 
"Uber has a strong interest in working with us," he said. "Not only to build autonomous vehicles, but to make sure they're also benefiting cities."
 

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Kalanick stepped down Tuesday after a series of scandals at the ride-sharing startup were aired.
 
On Channel 11 News starting at 5 p.m., hear why the mayor believes a change in leadership at Uber could lead to a better partnership with Pittsburgh.
 


 

 

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