It’s been bumpy. The ridesharing giant’s chief, Travis Kalanick is taking an indefinite leave of absence. He said the break would be to grieve for his mother, killed in a recent boating accident, while in a staff email, he said he needed to “work on himself,” and acknowledged responsibility for the company’s myriad difficulties. They include a corporate culture that prompted harassment complaints grave enough that the company hired former Attorney General Eric Holder to investigate. Uber’s board adopted his findings, released today, including hiring a new CEO, promoting diversity and barring staff-supervisor romances.