Bradley Tusk, '99: "Uber Advisor Outlines What the Company Should Do Next"

The reset has finally come. Uber's board unanimously accepted the recommendations in a report by former Attorney General Eric Holder following an investigation into the company's culture. Longtime CEO Travis Kalanick may take a leave of absence to deal with a personal tragedy. Some new senior hires have been made. Other longtime senior executives have left.

As we saw in the first-quarter numbers the ride-hailing company released about two weeks ago, customers don't seem to care about any of Uber's scandals, with net revenue on track to hit nearly $15 billion this year alone. Which all means we're at a crossroads. The company can now embark on the road to redemption. But one decisive board meeting isn't enough. Not by a long shot. A lot more needs to be done. Here's a primer:

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