Taxi app service tight-lipped on Travis Kalanic leave of absence as it responds to accusations of culture of harassment

Uber’s board of directors has adopted a series of recommendations about the company’s corporate culture from former US attorney general Eric Holder, but it was silent late on Sunday on whether it would approve a leave of absence for the taxi-hailing app service’s embattled CEO.

A spokesman confirmed that the board met Holder and Tammy Albarrán, both partners with Covington & Burling LLP, a law firm hired to investigate complaints of widespread sexual harassment and other deep-seeded cultural problems at Uber.

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