It's gonna be quite a sight to see that all figure its way out....
From a legal standpoint I wonder if she's required to testify even though she doesn't work for them (in the near future)
If you look around at many of the apartment buildings going up every where in dc, arl, tysons, etc. Who do you think owns a lot of them? You pick up and drop off at Saudi owned apartment buildings all the time.funny how uber just completely disregarded all types of regulations and found quite a cozy niche in dc. how many briefcases did they leave in front of doors? Also how can a company like them just go ahead and accept 3.5 billion of saudi money? Uber is corrupt from head to toe.
She certainly will have to testify no matter where she went. Dara must be "thrilled" AF..
No issues here if your right? But maybe a bit premature? Uber has many problems to deal with as they move forward. Not sure of any other company I know of that has multiple FBI investigations in the early stages. Not to speak of there model may not be able to be reversed in enough time? Basically like trying to turn an aircraft carrier 180!As they're saying on the Street, "the adults are taking over" at Uber. The new CEO is cleaning house.
For the first time, I'm proud to be driving for/with these guys. I recently even started browsing Indeed.com for jobs in their corporate or local offices. That's how much faith has been restored in the last couple months.
I know it's the norm to be a naysayer on this site but the future of Uber has gotten considerably brighter with Travis out and Dara K at the helm.