Ridesharing company Uber has been at the centre of a number of HR issues in the past, and in the coming weeks documents will be made public for a stock market listing that could value the app at more than £75billion ($100billion).
However, these documents will detail lengthy disclosures on its pending lawsuits and government investigations, including any issues dating back to when the company was run by former Chief Executive Travis Kalanick, the Financial Times reported.
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