Uber Fires Exec Who Obtained Rape Victim s Medical Records Reports Say
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Protesters in New Delhi, India, in 2014 after the rape of a woman by an Uber driver.
Uber has fired an executive who obtained the medical records of a woman [ ], according to several reports, http://knowledgebase.metro-studios.com/index.php?title=Uthappa_Hits_87_As_Knight_Riders_Beat_Supergiant_In_IPL news that will add to the company's reputation for fostering a toxic environment.
The executive showed the medical records to top management at Uber, including CEO Travis Kalanick, according to reports in [ Recode] and [ The New York Times]. The executive sought the records because he believed the rape had been fabricated by an Uber competitor.
Uber confirmed that the executive is no longer with the company but declined to discuss details.
The reports come a day after [ ] after an internal investigation into sexual harassment allegations. A [ ] is being led by former US Attorney General Eric Holder.
The two investigations come after a former employee [ ] in February detailing allegations of sexual harassment, sexism and unprofessional business practices at Uber.
Since then, the ride-hailing service has been embroiled in a host of scandals and has lost nearly a dozen high-level executives, including President [ ], President of Engineering [ ], head of finance [ ] and the head of its self-driving car program, [ ].
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