Uber fires another top executive after he shared medical files of rape victim
Uber fired more than 20 people Wednesday. But that’s far from the last of it.
Recode revealed Wednesday that Eric Alexander, the president of business in the Asia Pacific, had been let go, after reports emerged that he obtained medical records of a rape victim in India and shared them with several Uber executives. An Uber spokesperson confirmed the departure to Mashable but declined to comment further on the matter.
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The termination wasn’t due to the two separate third-party investigations that are ongoing at the ride-hailing giant in the wake of