Harry here. There’s been a lot of bad news around Uber lately and it seems like Lyft has been in prime position to take advantage. Today, senior RSG contributor John Ince takes a look at Uber’s ‘Greyballing’, what investors think about Uber’s bad press and the long distance ridesharing phenomenon.
Harry here. I wasn’t that surprised when dash cam footage surfaced of Uber CEO Travis Kalanick arguing with a driver this week; I think that video pretty much sums up who he is and how he feels about drivers. But the bad news didn’t stop there and it seems like every day a shocking new story about Uber is hitting the press.
Today, senior RSG contributor John Ince gives us his take on the now infamous Uber CEO video, the lawsuit Google just filed against Uber and the Uber exec who was forced to resign this week.
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Harry here. Uber’s been keeping a lot of reporters busy this month and it seems like every week, there’s another story that damages Uber’s reputation. Anecdotally, we’ve heard from drivers that all this negative press for Uber has increased the number of Lyft passenger requests they’ve been getting, so the increased competition may end up benefitting drivers in the long run. Today, senior RSG contributor John Ince shares a shocking story from a former female Uber engineer about Uber’s workplace culture, Lyft’s major expansion and a story on Uber and tipping.
Harry here. Today, senior RSG contributor John Ince takes a look at a stock buyback program for Uber employees but not drivers, a strange partnership between ZipCar and Uber, and trouble brewing for Uber in Pittsburgh.