The embattled founder of the ride-hailing app stepped down in the face of pressure from investors after a tumultuous six months of scandals and stumbles

Uber co-founder Travis Kalanick resigned from his position as chief executive of the $68bn ride-hailing app on Tuesday, following a tumultuous six months of scandal.

Kalanick stepped down in the face of pressure from five of Uber’s largest investors, according to the New York Times, which first reported Kalanick’s exit.

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