Uber is under a lot of heat, and not just from its competitors. Late last year, the popular ride-sharing service came under government scrutiny for testing self-driving cars without proper certification. It then kicked off 2017 with sexism and sexual harassment scandals. And just last month, it was sued by Alphabet’s self-driving subsidiary, Waymo, for stealing IP. Amidst all these, Jeff Jones, the company’s president for only 6 months, has left Uber citing differences in beliefs and practices.