•Kalanick now needs to put his life ahead of his work.
•We shouldn't expect "Travis 2.0" to be that much different from "Travis 1.0"
•The Uber crisis provides a moment to consider the moral fiber of the post-dot-come era.
Following the release of a withering report on Uber's workplace culture by former Attorney General Eric Holder, the ride-hailing startup worth nearly $70 billion announced that CEO Travis Kalanick would take a leave of absence.
"For Uber 2.0 to succeed there is nothing more...