Uber faces allegations of rampant sexual harassment.
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Holt was one of three women who handled Tuesday's damage control, joining Uber's only female board member, Arianna Huffington, and Liane Hornsey, the company's head of human resources.Company representatives said Kalanick couldn't attend because he was busy interviewing the candidates vying to become the company's chief operating officer, a helping hand that Kalanick has said he needs to "grow up" at the age of 40 .Last month, Kalanick hired former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder to lead an investigation into the sexual harassment charges leveled by the former engineer, Susan Fowler. Holder's report will be completed and publicly released by the end of April, Huffington said Tuesday.Huffington said Uber's board wouldn't have allowed Kalanick to remain on the job, unless he had apologized for his mistakes and agreed to hire a chief operating officer.
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