Embattled Uber CEO Travis Kalanick has resigned amid investor revolt following a series of scandals at the ride-sharing firm, reports The Wall Street Journal (Paywall).
A father fighting for more parental leave is accusing J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. of discrimination, according to Quartz.
In this part of the Midwest, the problem isn’t China, reports The Washington Post, it’s too many jobs.
Whole Foods’ CEO hints that the company is likely to take a more Amazon-like approach to its company culture, from Fast Company.
Finally, how Elon Musk runs two companies by breaking his day into five-minute slots, via Business Insider.
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