Uber’s head of strategy for India and South Asia has left, two sources acquainted with the issue said on Monday, at the online taxi organization.

Shweta Rajpal Kohli, a previous Indian columnist who joined Uber a year ago, will join cloud-based programming creator Salesforce one month from now, the sources told Reuters.

Uber said it didn’t have a quick remark. Kohli did not respond to emails and comments.

General Electric’s impression in the energy sector could soon appear to be significantly different as the company sets out an overhaul reported on Monday.

The organization plans to stay in the matter of providing power plants with hardware and services, an industry it is well known along wth German opponent Siemens. In any case, GE could leave the oil and gas industry, and its part in sustainable power source remains to be not sure. GE’s shares in stock market closed at around 7 percent down on Monday.

U.S. automaker Tesla Inc on Monday was hit with a legal claim guaranteeing its California generation plant is a “hotbed for bigot conduct.”

The claim filed in California state court in Oakland is at any rate the third recorded for the current year by black laborers who say they were called racial slurs and that the organization disregarded their protests.

But the claim documented by previous Tesla representative Marcus Vaughn is the first to expedite those cases in benefit of an extensive class of black laborers at the automaker’s Fremont, California processing plant.