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According to Wikipedia: The Uber app allows consumers to submit a trip request, which is routed to crowd-sourced taxi drivers. As of March 26, 2015, the service was available in 55 countries and more than 200 cities worldwide. Since Uber's launch, several other companies have emulated its business model, a trend that has come to be referred to as "Uberification".
Five of the Stupidest Things Uber Has Ever Done
Uber continues to make poor decisions in its response to increasingly grotesque actions by its executives. Despite being valued at $40 billion, the San Francisco-based car service company frequently angers people with buffoon-like statements in response to constant public scorn.
Nearly universally disliked—yet seemingly still used by the entire universe on a daily basis—it doesn’t look like Uber’s poor decisions will subside anytime soon.
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Between all the controversy on ridesharing these days, Uber just might be one of the most misunderstood companies out there. As the app comes to grips on its status in cities around the world, here’s a few interesting things to ponder:
10 horrible Uber driver scandals
Despite storied success, lately Uber has been in the spotlight for all the wrong reasons. Its apparently sub-par vetting system, its hands-off approach to drivers, and its refusal to accept any liability for what is done under its name are certainly risks you sign up for when you use Uber. And some users have found themselves in said risky situations.
Uber tie ups in india
Uber is on mission to integrate your life in all possible way. Starting with travel, food, stay, movies etc. Cab hailing app Uber announced tie-ups with Foodpanda and Zo Rooms for food delivery and stay options respectively.