Uber, headquartered in California, is an international company which created taxi and food delivery apps. Since its creation in 2009, millions of people worldwide have downloaded Uber apps on their smartphones for ordering taxis at any time.
Wouldn’t it be great if when you order take-out, your delivery company discriminated against restaurants based on race? That’s not the musings of a hungry Klansman, but the actual policy of Uber Eats in 2020.
Uber has announced that riders and drivers in India will be allowed to make audio recordings of their journeys as part of a new suite of safety measures, as the company seeks to capture the massive market.
The US ride-hailing service Uber announced on Tuesday its co-founder and former CEO Travis Kalanick is stepping down from the company’s board of directors at the end of this month to focus on other projects.
Uber has published its first safety report detailing the number of serious crimes committed by both drivers and riders that use the platform. “The numbers are jarring and hard to digest,” the firm’s chief legal officer said.