06/15/2017 03:09 pm ET

As soon as the darling of the sharing economic system, Uber is knee-deep in a PR disaster pileup with few executives left to information it again into Silicon Valley’s good graces.

Within the final six months, the ride-hailing app has hemorrhaged high-ranking leaders as allegations of sexual harassment, a toxic workplace culture, corporate subterfuge and profiteering got here to mild and performed out in viral social media campaigns ― and people are apparently simply the tip of the iceberg. 

The extreme public scrutiny was sufficient for CEO Travis Kalanick, who was caught on video chewing out an Uber driver who questioned the corporate’s compensation insurance policies in February, to confess he wanted “management assist.” If the vacancies on the high of Uber’s ranks point out something, the entire firm wants it.

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