TOKYO (Reuters) – Uber executives are traveling the globe to reassure regulators that the corporate is altering the best way it does enterprise, after a string of controversies, together with a knowledge breach, harm the journey-hailing agency’s popularity, its Asian head stated on Monday.
“We’ve learned very quickly and we’re tacking very quickly,” Brooks Entwistle, Uber Technologies Inc’s [UBER.UL] just lately appointed chief enterprise officer for Asia Pacific, advised Reuters in an interview on the firm’s workplaces in Tokyo the place he’s assembly Japanese regulators.
Uber this month disclosed that it coated up a 2016 knowledge breach which compromised knowledge of some 57 million clients and drivers. That revelation prompted governments all over the world to launch probes into Uber’s dealing with of the matter.
Reporting by Sam Nussey and Tim Kelly; Editing by Himani Sarkar