Cruise CEO Resigns After Firm Pauses Driverless Operations Nationwide

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Kyle Vogt, the founder of General Motors’ self-driving car unit Cruise, has resigned less than a month after the company paused driverless operations nationwide.
Mr. Vogt departed the San Francisco-based company on Nov. 20, according to a statement he posted on X, formerly known as Twitter.
“The last 10 years have been amazing, and I’m grateful to everyone who helped Cruise along the way. The startup I launched in my garage has given over 250,000 driverless rides across several cities, with each ride inspiring people with a small taste of the future,” Mr. Vogt, an entrepreneur who previously founded the video streaming service Twitch, wrote….


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