Enlarge / Travis Kalanick, CEO of Uber Technologies Inc., at the Noah technology conference in Berlin in 2016. (credit: Krisztian Bocsi/Bloomberg via Getty Images)
Update 6/12: A representative for the Uber board of directors said they “unanimously voted to adopt all the recommendations of the Holder Report,” after a seven-hour meeting on Sunday, according to Recode and The New York Times.
It isn’t yet clear what that entails, but it’s expected the company will tell its employees as soon as tomorrow.
Original story: The board of directors at Uber Technologies is meeting today to discuss CEO Travis Kalanick stepping aside for a period, according to reports published this morning by Reuters, The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal. 
Kalanick taking a leave of absence is one of several recommendations coming out of an internal report on Uber headed up by Eric Holder, who served as Attorney General during the Obama Administration. The Holder inquiry also recommends that Emil Michael, Uber’s senior vice president of business, be asked to leave the company, according to the Times.
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