The women who could run Uber — if they actually wanted the job

In the past few months, as Uber sputtered and veered off the road in a scandal-ridden pileup, the fast-moving ride-hailing firm has hired or featured one woman after another as it tries to keep from totaling its image.

Liane Hornsey, Uber’s human resources executive who started in January after coming from Google, was front and center as the company dealt with allegations by an engineer about a toxic culture that was permissive of sexual harassment.

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