Uber Employees created an #Undelete mural, because of course they did


Is there a company more tone-deaf than Uber? Earlier this year in January, the hashtag #DeleteUber started trending after the company lifted surge pricing and continued to serve passengers from JFK Airport after a protest by largely-immigrant taxi drivers against Trump’s Muslim travel ban. The hashtag reappeared in February in response to reports of a toxic company culture and rampant sexism from former engineer Susan Fowler. So, yeah. You could say that #DeleteUber represents two major low-points in Uber’s corporate history. If Uber was a country, #DeleteUber would be the shameful part in its history that people just don’t talk about.…

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