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Tesla said the head of its autopilot software, Chris Lattner, left the company within six months of joining the electric carmaker.
The ride-hailing company lost another two top executives last week, and posted a $708 million loss.
Management consultants say the structure isn't unique in the auto industry and is part of a growing wave of car companies looking to break down hierarchies.
Bentley tapped a veteran automotive executive from Nissan, Mike Rocco, to become vice president of sales and operations -- a new post -- for the British car brand's Americas division.
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick told employees in an email on Tuesday that he will take time away from the company he helped to found, Reuters reported.
Opel's new CEO, Michael Lohscheller, faces the tough challenge of bringing sustainable profitability to the automaker after its sale to PSA Group by General Motors is completed.
The CEO of General Motors' European Opel division, Karl-Thomas Neumann, has resigned in advance of Opel's sale to France's PSA Group. Finance chief Michael Lohscheller will be Neumann's successor.
VW Group is looking at rehiring Opel CEO Karl-Thomas Neumann, possibly to lead its Audi brand, a source told Reuters. Neumann is said to be planning to quit Opel afer GM sells the automaker to PSA.
Since the start of the year, 13 high-profile executives have departed, and Uber has not filled many of those roles.
Opel CEO Karl-Thomas Neumann plans to resign as GM prepares to sell its European business to PSA, a German newspaper reported. He will inform the Opel board later this month, the paper said.
Jim Yates, a co-founder of vehicle inspection and software company Alliance Inspection Management, retired from his role as CEO effective immediately.
In a staff-wide email sent in 2013, Uber CEO Travis Kalanick laid out rules for employees should they decide to have sex on a company outing.
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