Quoted by E-Commerce Times on Uber

Chastened Uber CEO Takes Leave of Absence to Work on Self-Improvement

In an article on Uber CEO Travis Kalanick’s decision to take a leave of absence from the firm, I was asked to comment on this latest development in the Uber dumpster fire.

“Until I worked at a startup, I never understood the maxim that growth can kill a company,” said Bennett Kelley, founder of the Internet Law Center.

“Uber experienced rapid growth, and Kalanick didn’t put in place the people and controls necessary to manage it properly,” he told the E-Commerce Times.