Uber executives are travelling the globe to reassure regulators that the company is changing the way it does business, after a string of controversies hurt the ride-hailing firm's reputation, its Asian head said on Monday. These comments come on the heels of Uber's disclosure last week that it covered up a 2016 data breach which compromised data of some 57 million customers and drivers, prompting governments around the world to launch probes into the breach and Uber's handling of the matter. Authorities in Britain and the United States, two top Uber markets, as ...
Uber executives travel world to reassure regulators after controversies
Asia head says the company, embroiled in a string of controversies, has changed approach in dealing with regulators