Neely Center Researcher Marsha Ershaghi Hames discusses the future of Uber with


Last week, Hewlett Packard Enterprise CEO Meg Whitman decided to clear the air. The executive took to Twitter -- an account that largely hadn’t been active since 2011 -- to make this statement about whether she would step into Uber's CEO position vacated by Travis Kalanick. Her answer was a resounding no. So who is it going to be? Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg and GM CEO Mary Barra apparently aren’t interested either. Two of the names that have floated to the surface are Jeffery Immelt, who will leave his post as CEO of GE this week, and Mark Fields, who was CEO at Ford. Read More.

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