Uber tells employees its investigation needs more time
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Uber, which had hoped to wrap up its internal investigation into sexual harassment and other issues by the end of this month, now says it needs more time.
Former Attorney General Eric Holder, who is leading the investigation, still needs to interview several key people, sources told Recode. The company now expects to have the report by the end of May, according to a memo from board member Arianna Huffington that was sent to Uber employees and obtained by Recode.
Too big to mess up: In the wake of Bill O' Reilly's ouster at Fox News, a source told Recode: "We've got to get this right."