Uber board member and co-founder Garrett Camp today, in a aggregation email, attempted to lay-to-rest rumors that ousted CEO Travis Kalanick was being advised for a come-back.

In the email, according to a Recode report, Camp states:

Our CEO search is the board’s top priority. It’s time for a new affiliate and the right leader for our next phase of growth. Despite rumors I’m sure you’ve seen in the news, Travis is not abiding as CEO. We are committed to hiring a new world class CEO to lead Uber.

Once advised one of the hottest up-and-comers in the tech sector, Kalanick was asked to resign his position as CEO of Uber in June. Pressure from board members, and accretion scandal, caused a aggregation anarchy that resulted in Kalanick resigning.

Some advisers did, however, side with Kalanick.

Soon after his ousting, Kalanick reportedly told people he was “Steve Jobs-ing” it. That may announce Kalanick thinks he’ll make a return one day, but Camp’s email indicates otherwise.

At least, that day won’t come before addition CEO gets the befalling to steer the Uber ship in a altered administration first.

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