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An Uber sign is displayed inside a car in Palatine, Ill., Thursday, Feb. 10, 2022. As Uber pushed into markets around the world, the ride-sharing service lobbied political leaders to relax labor and taxi laws and used a “kill switch″ to thwart regulators and law enforcement. Uber also channeled money through Bermuda and other tax havens and considered portraying violence against its drivers as a way to gain public sympathy. That's according to a report released Sunday by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists. (AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh)

Uber faces sexual assault lawsuit from 550+ women

Rideshare giant Uber faces a civil suit from more than 550 women who claimed the company failed to place safeguards to protect its customers. On Wednesday, the law firm representing the women said they were kidnapped, sexually assaulted, battered, raped, stalked, harassed and or otherwise attack by an Uber driver.

Report: Fmr WWE CEO McMahon paid out $12M to settle

A new report revealed that former WWE CEO Vince McMahon paid out more than $12 million to settle sexual misconduct allegations against him over the past 16 years. The payouts reported by the Wall Street Journal on Friday went to four unnamed women affiliated with the WWE as part of deals which prohibited them from discussing or pursuing potential legal claims against McMahon.