Your call: Did Uber's apology go far enough?

Take our poll on whether Uber should fire the executive responsible for saying journalists' personal lives should be fair game.

Uber’s latest corporate crisis entered its third day on Wednesday, spurred on by Ashton Kutcher’s tweets pondering the moral relativity of investigating the personal lives of journalists.

On Tuesday, Uber CEO Travis Kalanick tweeted a 13-step apology of sorts to quell the crisis over company SVP Emil Michael suggesting at a not-so-off-the-record dinner that the ride service should investigate critical reporters.

Take our poll: Did Uber go far enough with its apology? Or is further action needed?

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