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Uber's top dealmaker & trusted adviser has resigned following reports of a sexual-misconduct

BurgerTiime

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Full story: https://p.businessinsider.com/ubers-top-dealmaker-cameron-poetzscher-resigns-2018-10

Uber executive Cameron Poetzscher, who led corporate development at the ride-hailing startup, has resigned following reports of an investigation into sexual misconduct, according to The Wall Street Journal.

A spokesperson for Uber confirmed Poetzscher's departure to Business Insider without commenting on the reason.

"We thank Cam for his four and half years of service to Uber," the person said.

Poetzscher, a close adviser to CEO Dara Khosrowshahi, led Uber through its $7.7 billion investment from SoftBank.
 

UBERPROcolorado

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Full story:

Uber executive Cameron Poetzscher, who led corporate development at the ride-hailing startup, has resigned following reports of an investigation into sexual misconduct, according to

A spokesperson for Uber confirmed Poetzscher's departure to Business Insider without commenting on the reason.

"We thank Cam for his four and half years of service to Uber," the person said.

Poetzscher, a close adviser to CEO Dara Khosrowshahi, led Uber through its $7.7 billion investment from SoftBank.
Our top business leaders have been harassed by the #metoo scam, . Sure there are creeps that disrespect females in the work place. But the wave of allegations are suspicious.

I am seeing many of our Nations best business leaders being lost, based on shakey allegations. Often the allegations are designed to reap a large paycheck.

It seems to me that we need to rethink how we deal with these allegations. We need to better protect our best and brightest from bogus complaints.

Instead of just tossing a male executive out because the company fears a law suit.....remove civil suits as a remedy for work place harassment allegations and use the criminal Court instead.

The standard in criminal court is much higher and requires more than just an allegation. There must be real evidence.

By removing the financial reward of a sweet settlement, via civil suits, I will bet that there will be less claims. And those that are truly creeps, jail would be the end game.


Our Nation just cannot afford to lose great business leaders without a real investigation. Our Nations business leaders deserve support and not the games being played by thw liberals.
 

tohunt4me

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Our top business leaders have been harassed by the #metoo scam, . Sure there are creeps that disrespect females in the work place. But the wave of allegations are suspicious.

I am seeing many of our Nations best business leaders being lost, based on shakey allegations. Often the allegations are designed to reap a large paycheck.

It seems to me that we need to rethink how we deal with these allegations. We need to better protect our best and brightest from bogus complaints.

Instead of just tossing a male executive out because the company fears a law suit.....remove civil suits as a remedy for work place harassment allegations and use the criminal Court instead.

The standard in criminal court is much higher and requires more than just an allegation. There must be real evidence.

By removing the financial reward of a sweet settlement, via civil suits, I will bet that there will be less claims. And those that are truly creeps, jail would be the end game.


Our Nation just cannot afford to lose great business leaders without a real investigation. Our Nations business leaders deserve support and not the games being played by thw liberals.
Look at what is happening at GOOGLE !

World Wide Walkout.

49 fired!

I did a brief spot on it.
Swept off to " Stories".
 

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