Uber CEO Apologizes

If you were waiting for Uber chief Travis Kalanick to apologize for last night’s BuzzFeed reveal, his statement arrived this afternoon in the form of fourteen tweets. Most of them are of the standard “his comments do not represent our ethos” variety. Here’s the most important and obvious one:

He added a personal apology to journalist Sarah Lacy, though a few of our fellow bloggers noted his inability to count to fourteen:

Tweets 12 and 13 in the series talk of how “folks who make mistakes can learn from them” in reference to SVP of business Emil Michael but strongly imply that he will not be fired.

We can only speak for ourselves here, but words without actions generally don’t amount to much.

@PatrickCoffee patrick.coffee@adweek.com Patrick Coffee is a senior editor for Adweek.