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The wave of crises at Uber Technologies Inc. has forced the ride-hailing company to make a series of consequential legal and public relations decisions—keeping the public and investors in the loop, or not at all. Uber must now decide whether, and how much, to publicly release an internal investigation into allegations of sexism and sexual harassment at the company.
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