While metropolises like Jakarta, New Delhi and Singapore are embracing ride-sharing companies like Uber and Grab, tourist destinations like Phuket, Bali and Goa have been less welcoming – and it’s the customers who are losing out
More people are choosing to call an Uber instead of calling an ambulance in case of emergency, according to a new study. The University of Kansas study found that the use of Uber in several cities across the country reduced "per capita ambulance volume by at least seven percent" in low-risk emergency situations.
More people appear to be choosing to use an Uber for rides to the hospital over an ambulance, a recent study has found.
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Looks like Aryan Khan is making up for the lost time while he away busy with his studies in the States. The young lad was spotted attending the annual day function of his baby brother AbRam's school along with mother Gauri Khan in tow. According to reports, even superstar Shah Rukh Khan and Suhana were seen at the event earlier. It is interesting to see how the 'Khandaan' manages to make time out for each other despite their uber busy schedules. Aryan donned a casual look with a pair of statemen...
More people are choosing to call an Uber than to call an ambulance in case of an emergency, a new study shows.
Uber spied on and bribed foreign officials, infiltrated private chat groups, stole trade secrets, and abused secret messaging apps and attorney-client privilege to obstruct government investigations, according to a former employee. Those are just some of the allegations laid out in a 37-page letter written by a lawyer for the former Uber security analyst, Richard Jacobs, on May 5, 2017. A partially redacted version of the letter was made public in a court filing on Friday afternoon as part of an...
SAN FRANCISCO: For years, Uber secretly spied on key executives, drivers and employees at rival ride-hailing companies as part of a larger intelligence-gathering operation that spanned multiple countries, according to a letter made public in a federal court on Friday.
Uber allegedly hacked into competitors computer systems and engaged in undercover surveillance. Veuer's Maria Mercedes Galuppo (@mariamgaluppo) has more.
An Uber exec allegedly said that CIA-trained spies it contracted with were "all Boy Scouts now."
Uber cooperating with police, calls the incident "horrifying beyond words."
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