But sources said Kalanick was proud of his letter to the team and spoke about it often.
I will have sex with you" AND b) the two (or more) of you do not work in the same chain of command.Moreover, studies have shown that only about one-third of these crimes are reported to authorities, making concrete figures hard to pin down. In fact, if America’s estimated 627,700 annual sexual assault victims were a municipality, it would be the 28th-most-populous city in the United States — and the 800th-most-populous in the world.Using averages from all of these reports, and taking into account those crimes which go unreported, we came up with our own estimate: every year in the US, roughly 627,700 victims are sexually assaulted. As its own country, it would outrank 66 others in terms of population.In fact, it was at the Florida event that one top exec got in trouble for inappropriate sexual behavior, which became an issue related to his resignation.
The reason the email has also gotten more pertinent recently is because two law firms — Perkins Coie and Covington & Burling — working on investigations about corporate misbehavior at Uber have the email and are looking at whether it helped created the party atmosphere that led to the sexism and sexual harassment, as well as general corporate mismanagement.
Among the dos that Kalanick advised: “Have a great fucking time. We’ve all earned it.” He also noted that “Miami’s transportation sucks ass,” the first shot in what became a battle to have Uber serve that city.