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Uber Shuts Operation In Denmark Following Introduction Of New Taxi Laws

March 28, 2017 3:50 pm2 comments
Uber Shuts Operation In Denmark Following Introduction Of New Taxi Laws

New taxi laws in Denmark has forced Uber to shut down operation in the country. It comes as one of the major setbacks in Europe following problems faced in Madrid, Frankfurt, Paris and London. Spokesman of the ride-hailing company, Kristian Agerbo, said the company need to take the consequences. Major […]

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Uber’s Self-Driving Car Meets Accident In Arizona

March 25, 2017 4:35 pm0 comments
Uber’s Self-Driving Car Meets Accident In Arizona

Uber’s self-driving car has met an accident. Its Volvo SUV has flipped over its side in Arizona. According to Tempe police the accident happened at around 6:30 p.m. on Friday while the vehicls was driving southbound. Uber’s spokesman Josie Montenegro however claimed the SUV is not responsible for the accident, […]

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Uber President Jeff Jones Resigns Unexpectedly

March 19, 2017 11:14 pm1 comment
Uber President Jeff Jones Resigns Unexpectedly

Uber president Jeff Jones has stepped down without any prior intimation to the company. His exit comes as unexpected for everyone in the company. It is learned Jones was frustrated with the ride-hailing company over hiring a new chief operating officer without considering him as one of the fittest candidates. […]

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Google Maps Updated, Features Booking Uber, Lyft Too

January 13, 2017 10:30 pm0 comments
Google Maps Updated, Features Booking Uber, Lyft Too

Google Maps app has just been updated and with it users are facilitated to book Uber, Lyft and other rides too. The massive upgradation for Android and iOS is announced for across the globe as a New Year gift to make easier booking a ride directly from Google Maps. According […]

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British Tribunal Rejects Uber’s Claim Drivers Are Contractors

October 28, 2016 10:56 pm0 comments
British Tribunal Rejects Uber’s Claim Drivers Are Contractors

A British tribunal rejected claims of ride-hailing service company Uber that its drivers are contractors and they are not entitled to vacations. It is also learned the ruling may have implications for other companies too who rely on self-employed workers. It may affect up to 30,000 Uber drivers in Britain. […]

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Uber Launching Unusual Strategy In Japan’s Small Town Tangocho

October 23, 2016 11:11 pm2 comments
Uber Launching Unusual Strategy In Japan’s Small Town Tangocho

Tangocho is a small coastal town on the Sea of Japan and ride hailing company Uber is trying deploy an unusual strategy to grab the market as most of the elderly customers don’t own a smartphone there and calls someone who owns a cell phone device to summon rides. The […]

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