We have all known for a while now that Uber has been confronted with a big upper management issue, which was then made worse by the surfacing of sexual harassment in Uber's workplace. For news to now reveal that the CEO is taking a leave of absence is just putting salt on the wound.
Uber seems to be making a comeback by lowering losses from Q4 2016 which is evident from this article, but with the CEO out of the picture for an unknown period of time, could this bring Uber back to more losses until they get the issue settled? Will Uber's investors start to drop out? Could this effect a potential IPO?
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