Uber has vowed a shakeup of its scandal-prone executive culture. But it’s drivers, often left destitute by car rentals and low pay, who are being shortchanged
It was billed as one of the most important company-wide meetings in the history of Uber. Yet as staff gathered on Tuesday morning at Uber’s headquarters in San Francisco, there was one very conspicuous absence.
“Let us address the elephant in the room,” said Arianna Huffington, perhaps the most high-profile member of Uber’s board. “Where is Travis?”