After a brutal week of bad news, Uber CEO Travis Kalanick‘s took to Twitter to apologize–but did he sound authentic? Fast Company senior editor Jason Feifer decided to test-run Kalanick’s words–by harassing his colleagues, and then apologizing Kalanick-style. Watch the video above to see the results.VL
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