You gasp with each new report on Uber’s toxicity. On Tuesday, there was the harassment and discrimination documented in an endless list of internal recommendations by Eric H Holder Jr, the former attorney general, who was hired to peer into Uber’s ugly depths. Then, while presenting the report to employees, an Uber board member made a sexist remark. (He later resigned.) All of it comes after a parade of escalating scandals that seem more fitting at a company run by Tony Soprano than by nerds in San Francisco. Yet if you’re like many people, in a day or two ...
One way to fix Uber: Think twice before using it
The ride-hailing app has failed to live up to its promises; it's time to avoid it
Farhad Manjoo | NYT Last Updated at June 15, 2017 23:30 IST