His departure may give pause to other tech bro-dominated startups pursuing growth at all costs, but some say Silicon Valley’s issues are too deep rooted

The ousting of the Uber chief executive Travis Kalanick is wake-up call for Silicon Valley and a tech industry which has long celebrated founders who break the rules and pursue growth at all costs.

On Tuesday Uber’s investors finally pressured the ride-sharing company’s leader to resign following an avalanche of allegations of sexual harassment, intellectual property theft and driver manipulation.

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