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Uber Launches Internal Probe On Asia Bribery Allegations

Posted on September 20, 2017
Photo via Wikimedia Commons user Sandeepnewstyle
Photo via Wikimedia Commons user Sandeepnewstyle

Among its many other problems, Uber is facing a federal probe to look into allegations that it broke foreign bribery laws. To figure out what happened exactly and to cooperate with the DOJ, the ride-hailing firm recently launched its own investigation focusing on the activities of local offices in China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, and South Korea. According to Bloomberg, Uber at least knew what happened in Jakarta from the start, but one of its senior members decided not to disclose it to authorities.

Engadget article here

Related Topics: criminal incidents, federal regulations, TNCs, Uber

Comments ( 1 )
  • Anthony

     | about 12 months ago

    Uber= a ship with 1,000 holes and its sinking Complete and total failure to take billions from investors and expose the company to criminal investigations !!!!! Good job uber executives

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