Uber Taps Arianna Huffington as First Woman Board Member

Uber named Arianna Huffington the first woman to its board as the $60 billion startup faces battles globally in the increasingly competitive ride-hailing industry. Huffington, founder and editor-in-chief of the Huffington Post, will help take Uber to the next level with her “optimistic leadership,” Chief Executive Officer Travis Kalanick said in a blog posting announcing the move. She joins a board that includes venture capital investor Bill Gurley and David Plouffe, the political strategist known as President Barack Obama’s campaign manager in the 2008 election season.

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