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>> Uber telling its employees Tuesday that it's firing more than 20 people. The result of a wide ranging internal investigation into sexual harassment claims made by former employees. That's according to a person familiar with the internal probe being carried out by an outside law firm. Reuters correspondent Joseph Menn has the details.
>> In addition to investigating more than 200 specific complaints of harassment, retaliation and other issues. And acting in at least 58 of those cases so far. It's also instituted policy changes. Those include much deeper training for managers. It turns out that more than half of Uber's managers have never been bosses before.
>> The source telling Reuters that more cases of harassment are still on going and Menn says those are just the ones being investigated internally.>> This is jut one of multiple probes that are being conducted. Probably the most prominent one that she was told to drop. That's being conducted in part by Former Attorney General Eric Holder.
The special committee of the board has gotten briefed on Mr. Holder's recommendations and those will be conveyed to employees sometime next week.>> Aside from Tuesday's terminations, Uber's had a lot of executive turnover. The company's seeking a COO, a CFO, and other senior leaders. Uber is also embroiled in significant civil litigation with Google's Waymo over accusations a former Uber executive stole trade secrets relating to its self driving car technology.
>> Uber's got a lot going on, and it's going to continue to be a distraction for some time to come.