Uber needs to get its act together.
With the loss of several key employees and executives this year, Uber has a long, bumpy road ahead to gain back its image, investor support and users before it goes public, reportedly slated for sometime in 2018. Just in the past few weeks, the company has been tainted by boycotts surrounding CEO Travis Kalanick's participation on President Donald Trump's business advisory council, a leaked video of Kalanick lashing out at one of his Uber drivers and allegations of internal sexism and sexual harassment, among other controversies.
Here are a list of some of Uber's biggest failures so far.
Editor's Pick: Originally Published March 20.