More executive firings

“Security Shake-Up At Uber,” The Wall Street Journal, December 4, 2017 B4.  Three members of Uber’s security team resigned.  Voluntarily.  And another is on extended medical leave.

This after Uber recently disclosed a data breach a year ago that exposed 57 million user accounts.  And after reports of a team established to access competitors’ technology.

Culture, anyone?  Or attempts to protect the brand at the expense of employees?


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