like Uber hopefully will
Uber’s CEO is out because of pressure, not some ethical epiphany from the board

Uber is so distraught with too many scandals that in some ways, things are tantamount to being wishful thinking.

If the problem is so deeply ingrained in the culture and persona of everyone at Uber, what would it take to actually make a change here? One (or more persons) stemming from the highest echelon of their management may not be enough. It is a start, but unless, people within the confines of the company start realizing that they could be a drop and that their perception of what is right will count, Uber will likely continue with its “I’m invincible because I’m so big that dust in my eyes doesn’t really bother me that much” mentality.

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