News that, now ex, Expedia CEO, Dara Khosrowshahi has been selected to lead crisis-riddled taxi-hail firm Uber, may have been met with praise – however, his mission to save the company may be more difficult than first meets the eye.
Khosrowshahi has already admitted that he is “scared” for what his new role entails, most likely due to the recent flurry of scandals which hit the ride-hail giant. From sexual harassment cases to a damaged public brand, the problems that Khosrowshahi will be taking on are not small.
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