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Uber headquarters in San Francisco (Jason Doiy)
A three-month investigation into the corporate culture at Uber Technologies Inc. culminated Tuesday at an all-hands meeting with the release of a 13-page document of recommendations on how to move the San Francisco-based ride-hailing giant forward. Though there were a few distractions–such as CEO Travis Kalanick’s announcement that he’s taking personal leave–focus seemed to be on how the embattled company can fix its culture and repair its reputation.
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