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Uber has more millennial users than ever, despite the company’s series of scandals.

2017 hasn’t been an easy year for Uber.

Over the last six months, the ride-hailing company has been the subject of scandal after scandal, ultimately firing more than 20 employees after an investigation into the company’s reportedly toxic culture. Most recently, CEO Travis Kalanick resigned after investors essentially forced the co-founder out of his leadership position.

It’s difficult to think of a company that has had a worse 2017 than Uber, as the world’s most valuable startup has been in a near-constant state of damage control and crisis management since the #DeleteUber movement in January.

However, despite the…