It’s been a rough couple of months for Uber, and there may be no respite in sight.
On Tuesday, Uber released to its employees the results of an intensive, monthslong investigation, including recommendations for how the company could fix its image problems. Uber also limited some of the responsibilities of CEO Travis Kalanick, who announced he would take a leave of absence.
To read more about why experts think that the company’s response may be too little too late, click here.
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