Who is regulating the drivers ? That's the tricky bit with Uber's offering. With a conventional cab, you can have ate least some faith in the driver and in the local company providing him. Isn't using an Uber car stepping into the unknown ?
Brent Callinicos is to step down as CFO of Uber after two years at the ride-sharing company in order to spend more time with his family. In an email published by the WSJ, CEO Travis Kalanick offered a laudatory eulogy dressed up as a HR memo for investors: "Almost two years ago, I brought on one of the great financial …
Not really. When you get in a "regulated" cab how do you know it and the driver are legit and who they say they are? With uber you get a reg number and a driver photo to check, and uber (famously) knows who you are, where are you going and whether you get there. You'd have to be a brave driver to try something.
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