Uber facing at least five criminal investigations from US Justice Department

The Department of Justice has been probing allegations against the San Francisco, California-based company for a while now and foreign governments may use its current predicament as an opportunity to impose further fees on it or outright ban it amid pressure from traditional taxi firms and certain political actors, some industry watchers speculate, pointing to London as an example of one such scenario that's currently playing out.

The Justice Department is investigating allegations that Uber stole trade secrets related to Alphabet's self-driving auto project, Waymo, according to Bloomberg. Two of them were just revealed yesterday and remaining were already in discussion for few months.

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Officials are now investigating whether Uber violated price-transparency laws, according to the report.

Uber's aggressive expansion strategy has been the backbone of its widely reported corporate culture which saw the ride-hailing service provider make numerous negative headlines in recent times, having previously been accused of nurturing a predatory working environment.

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Everybody has played their role in suing Uber, from drivers to passengers to employees to investors, it seems to be a fatigue for everyone. Another story was rushing out in the media about the rape of an Indian woman by a driver of Uber.

Uber and the Justice departments both have declined to comment on the matter, yet we will update you about any development of the story.

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