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Source: Uber harassment findings result in 20+ fired after 215 claims investigated; a separate Eric Holder-led probe has sent recommendations to board

Uber has hired well-regarded management academic Frances Frei as its first SVP of leadership and strategy, in a high-profile bid to make a series of changes inside the troubled car-hailing company to turn around what many consider a broken organization.

Frei will commute to San Francisco from Cambridge, Mass. — where she has worked at Harvard Business School and lives with her wife and children. Her charge is broad, with everything from training managers and top executives, to helping human resources head Liane Hornsey with recruiting and creating a zero-tolerance policy on sexual harassment, to turning CEO Travis Kalanick into the kind of executive that befits a company that is worth close to $70 billion and on a path to IPO.

Frei, who is the author of “Uncommon Service: How to Win by Putting Customers at the Core of Your Business,” has been consulting with Uber for several months already, and said she was enticed to come on full-time because of the major challenges the company faces.

“[Uber] feels for me, given all the bad circumstances, as sanded, and that it is ready to have some education painted on it,” she said in an interview this morning, in what is an arguably unusual metaphor. “My goal is to make this a world-class company that can be proud of itself in the end, rather than embarrassed.”

That embarrassment, in fact, is to come this week, when parts of a report that was delivered last week to only the subcommittee of the board — Arianna Huffington, Bill Gurley and David Bonderman — is likely to become public, at least to employees.

The key figures here are former Attorney General Eric Holder and Tammy Albarran, partners at Uber’s law firm, Covington & Burling, who have been conducting a wide-ranging investigation into the company’s internal culture. According to many sources, Albarran has done much of the heavy lifting in the interviews that have taken place.

Sources also add that the Perkins Coie law firm has been helping with some parts of the investigation, including individual questionable incidents that have resulted in many firings already.

In any case, a redacted version of some sort — likely the recommendations and not the actual findings — is expected to be delivered to employees by Kalanick at some point. There is an all-hands scheduled for tomorrow, but sources said that since so many key figures still have not seen the report, full revelations could take longer to be unveiled.

This timing has also been subject to debate by board members, especially since Kalanick’s mother was killed recently in a boating accident and his father remains in critical condition at a Fresno hospital from the same incident.

Kalanick has been at his father’s bedside most of the time, which is why some thought that there should be a delay in airing the report out to allow him some time to cope with the tragedy. Others think the best action is to keep pressing on, so that the issues raised by the report could be dealt with as soon as possible.

Earlier, the company’s leaders had said that it will release part of the report publicly. Uber confirmed that it intends to make the recommendations public, but could not comment on whether any of the findings will be released.

That’s why there is also a definite external and public relations element to the Frei hiring. Her tenure at HBS has been marked by her role in the famous and somewhat controversial effort to turn around that organization and give it what the New York Times dubbed a “gender makeover, changing its curriculum, rules and social rituals to foster female success.”

Frei herself got some pushback there for her use of the word “unapologetic” about those changes. “The interventions had prompted some students to revolt, wearing ‘Unapologetic’ T-shirts to lacerate Ms. Frei for what they called intrusive social engineering,” wrote Times reporter Jodi Kantor.

Well, Frances, welcome to your biggest challenge ever. That would be Uber of San Francisco, which has been mired in a burgeoning set of controversies around a range of issues that erupted after allegations made in an explosive blog post by former engineer Susan Fowler about sexism and sexual harassment.

Which is to say that a deeply inexperienced, siloed and yes-men management and a culture crack-addicted to breaking the rules, even the good ones, has led to a variety of indiscretions and outright bad behavior that have gone unchecked for far too long. And it’s not just sexism and sexual harassment that rears its always ugly head, but also a sense that too many of those above are just as flawed as those below. Which leaves the feeling that there is no one in charge who can stop it.

If you read Fowler’s piece carefully, it was much more about core management fuck-up-ery at the company, which seems to have been run in a “Game of Thrones” style, than about anything else. While the charges of pervasive sexism and too much sexual harassment are certainly serious, what ails Uber is a corporate structure that needs drastic overhaul.

It’s fair to point out that lots of Silicon Valley companies have had and continue to have these very same issues — from Google to Facebook to Microsoft to Apple. But none has those faults in the kind of unctuous quintessence you find at Uber.

That’s what I discussed with Frei this morning in a long interview about what her role will be, including the optics of bringing in a woman to clean up the mess made largely by its men. I found Frei to be as earnest and indefatigable as her reputation, and quite willing to make trouble, wearing an Uber-branded shirt despite all the negative comments she now gets when people see it.

“I don’t want to be insulated,” she explained, adding that it gives her ample opportunity to hear what people think about Uber. “I can ask everyone for feedback and, especially from drivers, get novel ideas that I pass on to the right team.”

Frei started consulting at Uber from her perch as senior associate dean of executive eduction at HBS, where she worked on expanding the famous business school’s programs in Cambridge and internationally. There she also worked on the process of fixing HBS’s gender-equity problem, and also on things like putting practices in place to put more women on boards.

Her work at Uber increased as she spent more time with Kalanick, she said, especially since it gave her the chance to create a better leadership team.

Frei is not shy in noting that the current one has not been up to snuff. “What has been lacking for him is a team he can rely on,” she said, noting that was Kalanick’s fault, too. “I think that it never made it to the top of the priority list.”

Among things that more experienced execs put in place and Uber top management did not, Frei ticked off: No professional offsites (Note to Frances: Famously wild parties in Miami and Las Vegas do not count), no clear weekly agendas and no clear accountability to each other. Also an issue, a top leadership with far too many vacancies, including CFO, COO, CMO, general counsel and, oh yeah, head of engineering.

And even more issues: Inexperienced and untrained managers throughout the organization, with either too few employees or too many. Uber now has about 3,000 managers for its 14,000 employees, which is a lot, since the ratio is usually one to eight.

Frei said she would focus a lot on coaching and getting people trained. “I want to show people the pebbles in front of them that they might see as boulders and help sweep them away,” she said. “The people who have left have largely attributed it to bad interaction with managers, and that has been unfair to put those managers in place without any training or skills and no development.”

In her strategy job, one challenge is to get execs and employees to row in the same direction. “It should be a good direction, and we have to overcome the ethos of being seen as pioneering,” she said, noting that can degenerate into doing the same thing over and over. “At 14,000 people, there is a question of how much re-pioneering is needed over getting strong systems in place.”

She said that so far in her talks with employees, about “95 percent” of them welcome the fixes, even if a recalcitrant and powerful group of people like things the way they are.

Also on Frei’s plate is diversifying management, which Uber has come to later than other companies. “The path I always see is that companies start out homogeneous and then try to have a diverse group,” she said. “But then they don’t manage it, and it performs worse, unless you also teach the skills of inclusivity.”

The same is true, she said, of Uber’s board, and she is pushing to add more independent members that do not have an employment or financial conflict. “The accountability has to expand to the board,” said Frei.

While she demurs on whether she worried that coming to Uber might hurt her reputation, she insisted that “really awesome people want to come here.” Then she added her reason why: “Honestly, it could go either way … but you could be part of the inflection point of it going even higher.”

Her biggest job for sure is Kalanick, a CEO who has a pugnacious reputation and also an emotional quotient that clearly needs an upgrade. While his type is not uncommon for Silicon Valley, most leaders in his league have evolved — from Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg to Snap’s Evan Spiegel to Microsoft’s Bill Gates.

“I have spent a lot of time with him, and he has said he wants help and is willing to take it from a leadership team,” said Frei. “We will not win with a silo-maker CEO, and he very readily said, ‘I don’t have all the answers and I need help.’”

While Frei acknowledged that such talk is cheap, she noted that Kalanick has “enormous strengths, and where there are weaknesses, we have to make it up for him … because his problems and problems with the company are identical.”

She noted that getting the notoriously singular Kalanick to rely on others is a challenge (and to stop him, in my humble opinion, from relying on his bro-pals).

“I think the key is a really strong leadership team; that he uses them and then he can do what he chooses to do,” said Frei. “But I have yet to meet a person who wants to evolve at a faster rate.”

Frei said that the standing issues around sexism and sexual harassment are Uber’s most glaring problem, caused in part by an absence of constraints. “What I stand for is super clear,” she said. “On my watch, if there is something like that is going on, there will be swift and strong action.”

Step one, she said, was to “make it discussable and have processes,” which Uber had inexplicably not done. “Sexual harassment creeps in and it never creeps out,” she said. “It is an organizational manifestation we have, and we just can’t have, even if there is just one … the best organizations are ones built for women to thrive.”

So why should anyone believe her or anyone declaring change is afoot at Uber, when its history tells a different story?

“We need to take repeated action, and I don’t think words can fix that other than continued observation of good behavior,” said Frei. “It is going to take a while for everyone to believe — some believe on faith, some on evidence.”

Her goal for the company, Frei said, is the same as she has for Kalanick: “He and Uber can wobble, but not fall down.”

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New Ride Services Forge Own Specialized Paths

When Trae Vassallo’s children hop in the car to head to their after-school sports practice in the San Francisco Bay Area several times a week, it is not Ms. Vassallo, a full-time working mother of three, who drives them. Nor is it her husband, a nanny or any other caregiver.

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“It’s obviously leveraging the infrastructure that companies like Uber have figured out how to do well,” Ms. Vassallo, a former partner at the venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers who has invested in Shuddle, said of the start-up.

Shuddle is just one of a growing number of services to piggyback on the groundwork laid by Uber, the popular ride-hailing service that lets users request cars with a few taps of their smartphone. Apart from an Uber-like service for the under-16 set, there is now also a service for Bay Area commuters (Chariot), a service for Manhattan (Via) and even a service for vans (Leap Transit).

But unlike Uber, Lyft and Sidecar, which are disrupting the transportation market with all-purpose ride-booking services, these new companies focus on specific markets.

The new companies are being fueled by venture capitalists, who are pouring money into these mini-Ubers and mini-Lyfts. In March, Shuddle raised $9.6 million and has amassed a total of more than $12 million. Via, a car-pooling app serving only Manhattan, garnered $27 million in venture capital in April. Chariot, a car-pooling app aimed at commuters, has been operating in the Bay Area for less than a year and has raised $3 million for early expansion.

In total, American transport-related start-ups like Uber and others have raised $7.1 billion in financing since 2010, according to CB Insights, an investment research firm.

“Look at the economics of all of this,” Ms. Vassallo said, pointing to Shuddle and the ubiquitous need for child care and general transport services for children. “It really makes sense not only in the Bay Area but everywhere.”

Yet many of the start-ups face tough odds of success: Uber and Lyft have big head starts in many markets. Uber operates in more than 300 cities worldwide, while Lyft is in about 60 markets in the United States. Trips on those services can go for as little as a few dollars, depending on distance and time. The competition led Hailo, a British ride-booking service similar to Uber, to withdraw from the United States recently.

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Chariot, a service for commuters, dropped off a man in the city’s financial district.
Chariot, a service for commuters, dropped off a man in the city’s financial district.Credit Peter Earl McCollough for The New York Times

The founders of some smaller, niche start-ups said their companies could work even though they concentrate on a subset of the market because they could develop loyal, repeat customers in a handful of cities and expand across the country over time.

They added that they could learn from where Uber failed, altering their business models and best practices to win new users. Uber, for instance, faced criticism for its driver vetting process after several rape and assault allegations against some drivers.

Shuddle said it conducted a rigorous background check and an in-person interview and required two employer references before hiring drivers. It also monitors employee insurance and license records. Shuddle is primarily a child-care service that costs $9 a month for membership and mileage-based fares per ride. The company said that more than 95 percent of its drivers were women because it tended to attract female applicants. “For women drivers on other services, there’s a perception that it might be unsafe,” said Nick Allen, founder and chief executive of Shuddle. “Our average driver is a 50-year-old mom.”

To make their services work as businesses, Leap Transit and Loup, a shuttle-based ride service, have targeted services like Uber and the greater public transit industry, focusing on relatively low fixed prices and standardized routes along commuter lines. That way, commuters may pay slightly more than they would for a public transit ride, yet avoid the potentially higher cost of taking an Uber or Lyft.

Leap Transit, the van-pooling start-up backed by the venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz, has luxury shuttles catering to fixed routes and is offering rides for $2 for a limited time to gain traction.

Via, a car-pool service that is restricted to most of Manhattan, will drive users anywhere between 110th Street and 14th Street for a fee of $5 to $7, depending on how passengers pay. The service also works with commuter benefits programs offered by some employers, which lets users buy ride credits with pretax income.

Chariot, a ride service app for commuters in the San Francisco Bay Area, runs 14-passenger vans equipped with Wi-Fi along fixed, high-traffic commuter routes. Trips cost $3 to $5, depending on the number of prepaid rides purchased, which is slightly more than the $2.25 cost to ride the local MUNI bus and rail transportation.

“I asked people, ‘Why aren’t you taking an Uber?’ ” said Ali Vahabzadeh, chief executive of Chariot. “They would pull out their phone and Uber would be at a two or three times surge price,” he said, referring to Uber’s practice of increasing fares during times of high demand. “Instead of taking a $2 bus ride, it was comparable to a $20 Uber ride.”

Uber declined to comment.

The start-ups are still working out kinks. Leap Transit recently suspended its service in San Francisco after the California Public Utilities Commission sent the company a cease-and-desist order for operating in the state without a license. The company said on its Facebook page that it would remain offline until it worked through the regulatory issues.

Other ride-hailing companies like Uber and Lyft have faced similar regulatory hurdles and are slowly changing regulators’ opinions. Uber has won approval from officials in Colorado, California, Oregon and New York, among dozens of the other cities where it does business. But historically, Uber and its ilk have often operated with or without lawmakers’ blessings.

Uber and Lyft are not taking the proliferation of new competitors lying down and are adding new services. Each company now offers a car-pool service, Uber Pool and Lyft Line, that picks up and drops off multiple passengers in one trip, cutting the cost of a trip to a fraction of what it would have been for one rider.

In March, Lyft’s chief executive, Logan Green, said Lyft Line rides accounted for a majority of rides taken in San Francisco, and the company was experimenting with “hot spots,” high-trafficked areas for pickup, similar to some of the commuter start-up methods.

Others say that ride-booking is not a winner-take-all market and the various types of ride services that are popping up are only the beginning.

“Travelers are becoming more multimodal, having different needs for different trips and corresponding mobility choices,” said Susan Shaheen, co-director of the Transportation Sustainability Research Center at the University of California, Berkeley and an adjunct professor at the university. “There is no silver bullet to solving urban passenger transportation issues.”

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There’s been talk for a while that Microsoft was going to make some big changes to Internet Explorer in the Windows 10 time frame, making IE “Spartan” look and feel more like Chrome and Firefox.

 

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It turns out that what’s actually happening is Microsoft is building a new browser, codenamed Spartan, which is not IE 12 — at least according to a couple of sources of mine.

 

Thomas Nigro, a Microsoft Student Partner lead and developer of the modern version of VLC, mentioned on Twitter earlier this month thathe heard Microsoft was building a brand-new browser. Nigro said he heard talk of this during a December episode of the LiveTile podcast.

Spartan is still going to use Microsoft’s Chakra JavaScript engine and Microsoft’s Trident rendering engine (not WebKit), sources say. As Neowin’s Brad Sams reported back in September, the coming browser will look and feel more like Chrome and Firefox and will support extensions. Sams also reported on December 29 that Microsoft has two different versions of Trident in the works, which also seemingly supports the claim that the company has two different Trident-based browsers.

However, if my sources are right, Spartan is not IE 12. Instead, Spartan is a new, light-weight browser Microsoft is building.

Windows 10 (at least the desktop version) will ship with both Spartan and IE 11, my sources say. IE 11 will be there for backward-compatibility’s sake. Spartan will be available for both desktop and mobile (phone/tablet) versions of Windows 10, sources say.

Spartan is just a codename at this point. My sources don’t know what Microsoft plans to call this new browser when it debuts. The IE team hinted during a Reddit Ask Me Anything earlier this year that the team had contemplated changing the name of IE to try to get users to realize the much more standards-compliant IE of today is very different from older, proprietary versions of IE.

Microsoft may show off Spartan on January 21 when the company reveals its next set of Windows 10 features. But my sources also aren’t sure if Spartan will be functional enough for inclusion in the Windows 10 January Technical Preview and mobile preview builds that are expected to be available to testers in early 2015. It may not show up in the test builds until some point later, they say.

Will Microsoft end up porting the Spartan browser to Android, iOS and/or any other non-Windows operating systems? I’m not sure. The IE team said a few months back that Microsoft had no plans to port IE to any non-Windows operating systems. But Spartan isn’t IE. And these days, Microsoft is porting much of its software and services to non-Windows variants. So I’d say there’s a chance that this could happen somewhere down the line ….

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The Korean electronics conglomerate on Tuesday launched Milk VR, a service that will provide free 360-degree videos to anyone using a Gear VR virtual-reality headset, which launched as a limited “Innovator’s Edition” earlier this month. The content is expected to dribble out on a consistent basis in an effort to get people coming back to the service.

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Samsung wants Milk VR to be a rebuttal to those skeptical about the amount of content available for the Gear VR. The videos will also serve as a model for future filmmakers or artists looking to take advantage of the virtual-reality medium, as well as build up an ecosystem and viewership for VR content. Milk VR also sits alongside the Milk Video and Milk Radio services, dragging Samsung deeper into the content game.

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Samsung partnered with Facebook’s Oculus to create a mobile-powered virtual-reality headset, which was part of a large announcement that included a smartwatch and the Galaxy Note 4smartphone. The Gear VR went on sale on December 8 in the US, intended more for developers and artists looking to test the device, rather than a mainstream consumer device. The $199 headset requires a Galaxy Note 4, which acts as its brains, display and audio output.

DiCarlo said in the interview that he was looking at engagement, not unit sales, as his metric of success for Gear VR. He declined to say when he thought virtual reality would be embraced by the masses.

The company is looking at virtual reality as a potential growth engine at a time when one of its key traditional revenue sources — smartphones — has slowed down, taking with it a drop a profits. While Apple has maintained its leadership at the high end of the market with premium devices, Samsung’s ownGalaxy S5 hasn’t performed as strongly as its predecessors. At the same time, the company is seeing competitive pressure from upstart rivals such as Xiaomi, which offer lower-cost phones with comparable — or superior — specifications.

Samsung looks to be betting big on virtual-reality content. DiCarlo said the company is paying for the videos that will run on Milk VR.

The service will offer the videos through downloads and “adaptive streaming options.” It appears as an app that can be downloaded from the VR home screen

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How to Wire Boat Lights

Most recreational boats have 12-volt DC electrical systems, and the lighting industry has responded to boaters’ needs for interior lighting with energy-efficient 12-volt LED lighting. Uniformly waterproof and drawing less current than a standard fluorescent or incandescent lighting fixture, these lights provide bright light in interior spaces without the glare so often seen from either fluorescent or incandescent lighting. Most of these lights can be installed in a few minutes with a screwdriver.

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Drill a hole in the wall, centered on the chosen location of the new light unit. Have your assistant standing by at the first pass-through or obstruction to ensure that the fish tape goes through the hole. As your assistant passes the tape through or around one pass-through or obstruction, he should move to the next pass-through or obstruction. Feed the fish tape into the hole and toward your assistant and keep feeding the fish tape until the tape reaches the point where the wire will be joined to your vessel’s power distribution center. Have your assistant attach the wire to the fish tape and pull the wire back through the pass-through holes until the wire reaches the point where you wish to mount the light. Pull at least 1 foot of wire out of the hole.

6
Connect the “pigtail” on the light to the wire with electrical screw cap connectors, and over-tape the screw connectors with electrical tape. Push any excess wire back into the hole, and mount the light using the screws provided with the light. Go to the power distribution center and connect the wire.

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LED motorcycle turn signals are brighter, and as a result safer than traditional turn signal bulbs. But they also have been consistently proven to last longer than standard bulbs. Installation of replacement LED light bulbs is easy and quick, as opposed to when LED motorcycle lighting was first introduced. Then, it was necessary to retrofit the electrical system of the motorcycle to utilize LED bulbs

Instructions
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Remove the turn signal lens by unscrewing the two small retainer screws located in the lens. The signal lens is fitted with a rubber gasket to prevent water entering the light housing, so when the screws are removed, pull the lens out of the housing and away from the gasket.

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Remove the stock turn signal bulb by pressing in on it and turning in a counter clockwise direction. This will loosen the bulb from the socket so that you can pull it out.

 

Apply a small amount of dielectric grease to the socket of the LED light bulb to help prevent moisture from entering and corroding the electrical connection. Turn the LED light in a clockwise direction until it clicks into place in the socket.

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Reinstall the tail light lens, and replace the screws which secure it into place on the turn signal housing.

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How to Concentrate LED Light

Light emitting diodes (LEDs) are semiconductor chips that put out light far more efficiently than incandescent or fluorescent bulbs. Add in the potential that LED light sources can last 10 years or more, and you have the nearly perfect light source. But LEDs are inherently non-directional — they shine light in all directions. Manufacturers make this a little handier for designers by putting light extraction mechanisms within the chip itself. Still, to concentrate the light in a bright cone of illumination, additional optics are required. A particularly useful design is called a non-imaging concentrator, in particular, a type called a compound parabolic concentrator, or CPC.

Instructions
1
Select a high-power LED. This can be a single “superbright” white LED, an array of white LEDs, or several colored LEDs all assembled on a single flat carrier.

2
Obtain the specification sheet for the selected LED and determine the area of the light emitting region.

3
Determine the desired angular spread of the beam. A smaller angle will be brighter, but cover less area, while a larger angle means a larger area is lit, but less brightly.

4
Calculate the diameter of the output aperture, using the formula that the diameter of the output aperture is equal to the diameter of the active area of the LED determined in Step 2, divided by the sine of the angle determined in Step 3.

For example, if the LED area is contained within a diameter of 12 mm and the desired output angle is 15 degrees, the output aperture is 12 mm / sin(15°) = 46 mm.

5
Select a CPC with the input aperture determined in Step 2 and an output aperture as calculated in Step 4.

For the example, the input aperture is 12 mm and the output aperture is 46 mm. Any CPC with those apertures will concentrate more than 95 percent of the light into the output cone. If the desired CPC is not available off-the-shelf, follow the “string method” in the references to define the needed optic.
Tips & Warnings
There are other types of non-imaging optics that can effectively concentrate LED light.

The Julio Chaves book provides a more detailed introduction to the entire topic of non-imaging optics.

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