Jun 6, 2017
Uber fires more than 20 staff after harassment investigation
Uber has reportedly fired more than 20 people after a company investigation of sexual harassment claims. Uber did not respond to a request for comment immediately. Several high-placed executives have resigned amid the turbulence, including a former head of engineering, who had failed to disclose harassment complaints at his former employer. Chief executive Travis Kalanick's filmed argument with an Uber driver over falling rates also fuelled criticism, leading him to say that he needed "Leadership help". Uber also tapped Eric Holder, who served as attorney general under former US president Barack Obama, to investigate the company's culture.
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