His departure, which an Uber spokesperson told TechCrunch is due to personal reasons, is the latest in a series of departures at Uber this year. In the last few months, Uber has also lost its VP of global vehicle programs, head of comms, president, head of AI Labs, VP of growth and SVP of engineering.
Callaghan’s departure comes a couple of days after Uber decided to promote Salle Yoo from general counsel to chief legal officer. Uber is actively looking for a new general counsel, who will report to Yoo once they come on board.
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