Uber CEO Travis Kalanick resigns

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Uber may have changed transportation practices all over the world, but it lost almost $3 billion last year.  Yesterday, after hours of reported drama, Uber's founder, Travis Kalanick, was forced by investors to resign as the company's CEO.  Alison Griswold, who reports for the online business publication Quartz, says Kalanick will remain on the board and holds a significant share of the company.