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Uber has a ‘quiet mode’ now in the US for its premium service

Uber customers residing in the US will now be able to set rider preferences like 'conversation', 'temperature' settings and 'baggage'.

Morgan Stanley got clients into Uber; IPO stumbled

Morgan Stanley investment bankers stand to reap millions of dollars in fees for leading Uber Technologies Inc.’s initial public offering last week. Yet wealthy clients are facing losses.

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Uber's shares tumble nine per cent in rocky stock market debut

The lackluster market response comes against the backdrop of a spike in trade tensions between the United States and China and increased investor skepticism about the company's ability to turn profitable soon enough.

Uber prices IPO at $45 a share, valuing it at $82.4 billion

No matter how Uber's stock swings Friday, the IPO has to be considered a triumph for the company most closely associated with an industry that has changed the way millions of people get around.

Ride-sharing’s future? It may sit on electric motorbikes

Several startups — backed by big Silicon Valley venture firms and Uber’s Indian competitor, Ola — are betting that shared motorbikes are better suited to wallets and transportation needs than the cars that are the heart of the ride-hailing industry.

Uber accused of 'illegal operations' in lawsuit by Australian taxi drivers

An Uber spokeswoman said the company had not been served with a class action claim and denied it operated illegally.

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Like ‘Uber for Organs’: Drone delivers kidney to Maryland woman

The woman who received the kidney, Trina Glispy, a 44-year-old nursing assistant from Baltimore, said she had begun to lose hope before she got a call on April 18, when she learned she had matched with a donor.

Which tech company does Uber think it's most like? The answer is surprising

Which technology company does Uber, the ride-hailing giant on the cusp of an initial public offering, consider itself to be the most like?

Uber said to aim for IPO valuation of as much as $90 billion

Uber, the ride-hailing company is planning to start marketing shares to potential investors in a price range of about $44 to $50 each, said the people, who asked not to be identified because the matter isn’t public.

An Estonian startup founded by a college dropout is taking on Uber in Europe and Africa

Bolt is an example of a troublesome trend for Uber, the world’s largest ride-hailing company, which is set to go public next month at a valuation of as much as $100 billion.

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Cab drivers protest after ban on Uber taxi services

The Delhi government had rejected the applications for granting licences to app-based cab services Uber, Ola Cabs and TaxiforSure to operate in the national capital.

Uber boss meets DCW chairperson

Accused Shiv Kumar Yadav had allegedly raped a woman in Mainpuri and was involved in at least two more cases including molestation.

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India in shortlist for Uber Air launch

On Thursday, Uber announced India as one of the five countries shortlisted for its air mobility solution along with Japan, France, Australia, and Brazil.

Drunk Passengers Brutally Thrash Uber Driver

A Uber driver was brutally thrashed by five passengers in Mumbai. Driver Altaf Shaikh, who picked up five people for a ride, was thrashed after he stopped them from smoking inside the car. The victim said that the accused were drunk. Four of the accused have been arrested by the police and a case has […]

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Ola, Uber Summoned By Delhi High Court Over ‘Excess Fares’

The complaint was filed by NGO Nyayabhoomi through its secretary Rakesh Agarwal. The court said the clauses of the City Taxi Scheme (CTS), 2015 mandate that only fares “prescribed” by the transport department can be charged. To know more about the story watch out the video

Uber service suspended in Canada after Taxi drivers protest at Montreal airport

Montreal Mayor Denis Coderre decided to instate a temporary pause of the ride-sharing service Uber after hundreds of taxi drivers protested against the service destroying their business at Pierre Elliot Trudeau Airport in Montreal on Wednesday. Protesters attempted to block the roads leading to the airport under police watch, who ensured access routes to the […]

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