2 women file class-action lawsuit against Uber over sexual assault by drivers w - Mashable

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SoftBank says no final pact yet to invest in Uber w - VC Circle

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Uber India policy chief Shweta Rajpal Kohli quits in latest high-level exit w - VC Circle

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