Even in Silicon Valley, where propriety can sometimes take a back seat to profits, claims about Uber’s corporate culture have been startling. Sexual harassment . Mishandling of the medical records of a woman raped by an Uber driver. Hiding Uber drivers from the law .
And those are just a few of the scandals.
Uber executives have vowed to reset the company, and on Tuesday will make public the results of a monthslong investigation into its culture. But skeptics of the company’s resolve to fix what even Travis Kalanick, Uber’s embattled chief executive, says is broken are focused on one question: How far is Uber willing to go to change itself?
“Can they use this report as an opportunity […]