Thursday, 2 March 2017

Uber in trouble: hit with 4 scandals in just 10 days.

Just a month ago, the hashtag #DeleteUber began trending on the internet. You probably must have noticed it. And why? According to Danial Roberts, it all began after Uber promoted its service during a protests at
New York’s Kennedy Airport against President Trump’s travel ban. A weekend Uber and its CEO, Travis Kalanick would describe as very very bad. By the end of that weekend, more than 200,000 people had deleted the Uber App and Travis Kalanick had publicly stepped down from a Trump-tapped business council just before it was set to meet at the White House.
200,000 deletion may not really mean anything too big to handle until the really big things was born. 
Hell no to it that in the last 10 days alone, Uber has been at the center of four additional, new scandals that have brought more scrutiny on the “little ride, little money” company. 
Below are the list of the hits that could either kill Uber or make them stronger if they survived them. 

1… Former employee’s bombshell blog post.
2... New York Times exposé on bad culture
3… Google lawsuit
4... CEO, Kalanick caught on camera.
To read this scandals in details and how and why they all happened, click here.

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