Facing accusations that Uber executives turned a blind eye to sexual harassment and other corporate misbehaviour, the ride-hailing service’s board moved on Sunday to shake up the company’s leadership, ahead of the release this week of an investigation’s findings on its troubled culture. Uber directors were weighing a three-month leave of absence for Travis Kalanick, the chief executive who built the start-up into a nearly $70 billion entity, according to three people with knowledge of the board’s agenda. In addition, a representative for Uber’s ...
Uber weighs CEO's leave, accepts Holder's findings
Discussions by 9 member board preceded a report from Holder's investigation to be released
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