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Jeff Holden CPO, Uber, talks about & # 39; Uber flying cars & # 39; during the third day of the Web Summit at Altice Arena on November 8, 2017 in Lisbon, Portugal.
Jeff Holden, product manager of Uber Technologies, is leaving on Thursday, Uber spokesman told Reuters he was the last of more than a dozen senior executives who started last year.
Holden supervised Uber Elevate, the company's flying automobile operation, now headed by Eric Allison. said the spokesman, but declined to give details about the reason for his departure.
New CEO Dara Khosrowshahi has been shaking the company since he took office last August with the aim of improving Uber's reputation after a series of scandals.
Uber, along with Lyft, scrapped compulsory arbitration to resolve allegations of sexual harassment or assault earlier this week, giving the victims several options to pursue their demands, including public demands.
Uber also launched a ne w app for its drivers last month, in an effort to improve an often controversial relationship.
Uber legal counsel, Salle Yoo, and external affairs chief Dave Clark left the company in September.
Uber is also looking for a chief financial officer who can help make the company public in 2019. The CFO position has been vacant since 2015.
The Wall Street Journal reported earlier that Holden, who was hired by the former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick of Groupon told colleagues that Thursday was his last day with the company