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Careem and Uber to get more expensive in Sindh

Govt levies 5% tax on ride hailing services

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June 24, 2019


Four online taxi service drivers arrested in Karachi for looting

They mainly targeted women, say the police

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June 13, 2019


Uber buys rival Careem for $3.1b

The acquisition was announced on Tuesday

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March 26, 2019


Uber to purchase Careem for $3.1 billion: report

The deal could be announced as early as Tuesday

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March 25, 2019


Careem and Uber are still banned from entering the Karachi airport

The signs barring from entering may have been removed but the ban still stands

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March 22, 2019


Sindh government drafts law to regularise online taxi services

Drivers of the online cab services will be required to get themselves registered

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February 14, 2019


The dark side of buy-a-ride

5 myths they are good for society

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January 10, 2019


France fines Uber 400,000 euros over huge data breach

It says the breach could have been prevented if elementary security measures had been in place

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December 20, 2018


Careem plans to launch bus service in Pakistan

Ride-hailing company plans to expand into the mass transportation business

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December 4, 2018


Sindh govt speed-breakers for Über and Careem, may lead to u-turn on Pakistan’s PayPal dream

Minister’s ambitious driver registration deadline disconnected from reality

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October 25, 2018


Sindh govt threatens to shut down online taxi services

Online taxi services would be shut down if they don’t obtain a route permit

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October 22, 2018


Karachi court grants driver bail after woman jumps out of his car to avoid ‘harassment’

The woman jumped out of his car on Sharae Faisal on Saturday

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October 21, 2018


Uber settles for $148 million with 50 US states over 2016 data breach

Uber had failed to disclose a major data breach in 2016

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September 26, 2018


Singapore competition watchdog fines Grab, Uber $9.5 million

Uber sold its Southeast Asian business to Grab in March

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September 24, 2018


India among five countries shortlisted to host Uber’s flying taxis

Last year, Uber announced that Dallas and Los Angeles will be the first two cities to get the service

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August 30, 2018


Toyota pours $500 million into driverless car tie-up with Uber

Technology from both companies will be integrated into purpose-built Toyota vehicles and deployed on Uber’s ride-sharing platform, with the first pilot rollout set for 2021

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August 28, 2018


China’s ride hailing app suspend services after a passenger was raped and killed

Didi Chuxing is the biggest ride-sharing firm globally by number of trips

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August 27, 2018


India’s Ola to launch in Britain as Uber rivalry heats up

Indian ride-hailing firm Ola said on Tuesday it plans to launch services in Britain this year, months after expanding operations in Australia, intensifying its rivalry with U.S. peer Uber Technologies Inc. Ola has obtained licenses to begin operations in South Wales in September, as well as Greater Manchester, and plans to expand nationwide by the…

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August 7, 2018


Uber to stop developing self-driving trucks

Uber will stop developing self-driving trucks that have been hauling cargo on U.S. highways, the ride-hailing company said on Monday, seeking to focus its autonomous-vehicle technology solely on cars.

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July 31, 2018


California passes bill giving consumers more control over how companies collect data

California Governor Jerry Brown on Thursday signed data privacy legislation aimed at giving consumers more control over how companies collect and manage their personal information, a proposal that Google and other big companies had opposed as too burdensome. Under the proposal, large companies, such as those with data on more than 50,000 people, would be…

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June 29, 2018


‘Because I can’: ride-hailing app welcomes Saudi women drivers

Reem Farahat waited for a ride request. Her phone pinged. “I’ve already cried twice,” she said, heading out to work as one of Saudi Arabia’s first female drivers for Careem. The Dubai-based ride-hailing app, along with global behemoth Uber, reacted to Saudi King Salman’s September announcement of an end to the kingdom’s ban on female…

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June 25, 2018