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An Open Letter to The Uber Board and Investors From Mitch and Freada Kapor

If we believed it was too late for Uber to change, we would not be writing this, but as investors, it is now up to us to call out the inherent conflicts of interest in their current path. We are disappointed to see that Uber has selected a team of insiders to investigate its destructive […]

If we believed it was too late for Uber to change, we would not be writing this, but as investors, it is now up to us to call out the inherent conflicts of interest in their current path.

We are disappointed to see that Uber has selected a team of insiders to investigate its destructive culture and make recommendations for change. To us, this decision is yet another example of Uber’s continued unwillingness to be open, transparent, and direct.

Source: An Open Letter to The Uber Board and Investors – Medium

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