Uber refuses to pay former employee's $179 million debt to Google because the fraud was committed by him

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Uber had signed an indemnity agreement with Levandowski in 2016

Ride-hailing company Uber is refusing to pay former employee Anthony Levandowski's $179 million debt to Google because he had admitted committing a fraud. Uber's statement to the US Bancruptcy C...

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