Time will tell if Travis Kalanick's bad practices will linger as he maintains some power over the company.
"Rape denial is just another form of the toxic gender discrimination that is endemic at Uber and ingrained in its culture," said a lawyer for Jane Doe.
A woman who was raped by an Uber driver is now suing the company and three of its top executives, including CEO Travis Kalanick (who is currently on a leave of absence), for mishandling her medical records.
Incidentally, reallocating Travis Kalanick's responsibilities was the first recommendation from a report by former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder.
Travis Kalanick wrote a memo to employees that included the "do's and don'ts" of having sex with colleagues at company gatherings.
Company grapples with several sexual harassment/assault allegations, executive exits. Continues to refuse diversity data requests.
Uber President Jeff Jones is leaving the company after just six months in his position due to differences in "beliefs and approach to leadership." His departure comes at the same time the company is facing internal allegations of sexual assault.
The company and CEO Travis Kalanick face controversy, again.
Jackson's latest request comes at the same time Uber announces a former Hillary Clinton staffer, who is African American, will lead its diversity efforts.
In a letter to Uber's CEO Travis Kalanick, civil rights leader Rev. Jesse L. Jackson Sr., president and founder of The Rainbow PUSH Coalition, urged Uber to report its diversity data by February 15. Unlike many big-name tech companies, Uber has not released data on the racial and gender makeup of its workforce.