Uber continues to bleed high level executives with Uber president Jeff Jones' departure. Jones' exit was blamed on differences in "beliefs and approach to leadership." Some critics say this is proof Uber needs a new CEO. All of these problems can be tracked back to CEO Travis Kalanick and his win-at-all-costs attitude. Others say Kalanick should not leave because he's the founder—he made Uber into what it is and he's the only one who can fix it. What do you think?
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