Uber investor Benchmark Capital on Thursday filed an explosive lawsuit against former CEO Travis Kalanick, accusing him of being "selfish" and not adhering to a memo he signed regarding seats on Uber's board. Andrew Hawkins, Transportation Reporter at The Verge, breaks down the lawsuit and predicts whether or not Benchmark has a case. Plus, Uber is still on the search for a CEO and this lawsuit may be a distraction. Hawkins talks about how passing over former CEO of HP Meg Whitman may have been a mistake and discusses why Uber may want to think about hiring a female CEO.