The Uber rape case that happened in 2014 has now shown some really strange twists.
A top Uber executive, Eric Alexander obtained medical records of a woman who had been raped during a ride in India (he has been fired now). Alexander later shared the records with CEO Travis Kalanick and SVP Emil Michael.
"While the company was publicly apologetic, some top executives apparently had trouble believing that the incident was entirely true, sources said, including Alexander. He was already in India and investigated the claims — it’s not clear if he did this of his own volition or was directed to do so. It is also not clear if he obtained these files legally." (via)
The executives reportedly began to discuss the idea that Uber competitor Ola was behind the incident in an effort to damage the company’s operations in the country.