Dating for heads
According to an internal email from Uber CEO Travis Kalanick, the company’s high-profile head of communications and policy Rachel Whetstone is departing after two years.
“I wanted to let you know that Rachel Whetstone, who heads up policy and communications globally, has decided to leave Uber,” wrote Kalanick.
But we all came together, you know.""And I love that it shows we agree to disagree," Chandi says.
Speaking of politics, Candis admits she recently gave Caitlyn a political "reality check."Take a look at the video above to find out more about this "reality check" and see what Candis says about "butting heads" over their different beliefs and point of views!
season two, dating, politics and they even dish about giving Caitlyn a "reality check" in the video above.
During the interview, Candis admits that she has a Tinder account and she's even been on a couple of dates.
If his online biography is to be believed, Bond New York agent Michael Chadwick is used to attention.
She is a force of nature, an extraordinary talent and an amazing player-coach who has built a first-class organization.” Uber confirmed the departure, and when I pinged Whetstone for comment, she sent me this statement: “I am incredibly proud of the team that we’ve built — and that just as when I left Google, a strong and brilliant woman will be taking my place.“Asians seem to like him a lot, especially Koreans.” (No one ever said modesty was a necessity in New York real estate).So it really shouldn’t come as a surprise that Chadwick, who specializes in apartment rentals in Midtown West and the Upper West Side and also bills himself as a model, actor and musician, is the latest victim of the industry’s reality television bug.Whetstone’s top deputy, Jill Hazelbaker, will take over as SVP global public policy and communications, heading a 300-person organization.She worked with Whetstone at Google and was more recently head of comms at Snap for a very short stint.