Brian McClendon, an outgoing vice president for rideshare giant Uber, is moving back to Kansas and has expressed an interest in the state’s politics. Uber’s headquarters are in San Francisco.
Brian McClendon, an outgoing vice president for rideshare giant Uber, is moving back to Kansas and has expressed an interest in the state’s politics. Uber’s headquarters are in San Francisco. File photo by Eric Risberg The Associated Press
Brian McClendon, an outgoing vice president for rideshare giant Uber, is moving back to Kansas and has expressed an interest in the state’s politics. Uber’s headquarters are in San Francisco. File photo by Eric Risberg The Associated Press

Outgoing Uber executive’s return to Kansas prompts speculation on political aspirations

March 21, 2017 03:28 PM

UPDATED March 21, 2017 05:26 PM

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