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  • #DeleteUber has had long-term effects
  • #DeleteUber has had long-term effects
    Krists Luhaers (2017) ©
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#DeleteUber has had long-term effects

#DeleteUber might not be trending anymore, but its effects on the brand are lingering. Long after the campaign, Uber’s bad reputation is still expanding, bringing up questions of how a company’s ethical shortcomings affect people’s faith in all aspects of the business.

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