Cab company has approved recommendations to fight sexual harassment in firm, which some say is caused by the chief executive’s management style

The future of Uber CEO Travis Kalanick hangs in the balance after the embattled cab company’s board voted to adopt a portfolio of recommendations to fight sexual harassment in the firm.

Uber said its board had unanimously approved recommendations – which stem from a report prepared by former US Attorney General Eric Holder after a sprawling, multi-month investigation into Uber’s cultures and practices – but declined to reveal what they were until after Uber employees have been told on Tuesday.

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