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Uber confirmed Tuesday that it paid hackers $100,000 to keep quiet after an October 2016 attack led to the disclosure of
A class-action lawsuit against the ride-sharing app is on the cards.
LONDON ‚Äē ¬†Transport officials in the U.K. capital¬†on Friday¬†declined to renew ride-hailing app Uber‚Äôs license to operate
The city says the ride-share app has demonstrated a ‚Äúlack of corporate responsibility.‚ÄĚ
‚ÄėA number of issues which have potential public safety and security implications.‚Äô
'Gig economy' rips off workers, avoids vital protections and insurance.
After two months without a CEO, Uber finally found someone to put in the driver’s seat. That someone is Dara Khosrowshahi