Uber

Uber’s New York Office Executive Investigated for Spying on Journalist

Uber’s New York Office Executive Investigated for Spying on Journalist

Uber, the car sharing service which has grown to an $18 billion company from a startup in just four years have made many enemies in its way with its aggressive tactics. The company's enemies include taxi drivers, local regulators and even some journalists.

Uber admits its driver-poaching tactics were “too aggressive”

Uber admits its driver-poaching tactics were “too aggressive”

With taxi-hailing service Uber already having a history of aggressive driver-recruitment techniques, some reports have revealed that the company has apparently crossed the ethical line recently, by following "too aggressive" poaching tactics to disturb the service of competitors in New York City.

Pages

Popular Stories

Google Cloud acquires Kaggle

The Google Cloud Platform announced on Wednesday... Read More

NOAA budget cut could put lives at risk by hindering research: experts warn

As the Trump administration is reportedly mulling... Read More

Environmental pollution kills 1.7M children under 5 every year

A new report by the World Health Organization (WHO... Read More

Gene therapy cures sickle cell anemia patient

Attaining a new breakthrough in the field of... Read More

NOAA’s budget may be slashed by almost 20%: report

The National Oceanic & Atmospheric... Read More