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Torontonians can download the Lyft app to begin ordering rides in the city.
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The driver made a mistake, Uber said.
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Uber kept quiet for a long time about a hack that saw 57 million users' data compromised.
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The company stands accused of trying to steal rival companies' secrets.
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The company has not responded to requests about how many Canadians were impacted.
The hack affected data for 57 million customers.
It hopes to reach a deal with the province's new transport minister in the coming months.
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The company said new rules threatened its ability to continue.
Uber says the feature was implemented after requests from drivers and riders.
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It's available in 4 cities right now.
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Currently the company is being run by committee with oversight from the board.
Former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick speaks in London on Oct. 3, 2014.
His resignation comes at a pivotal time for the company.
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The company has been under fire over harassment allegations, business practices.
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The company has developed a reputation for sexism and cutthroat competition.
With a ride home at our fingertips, we now expect food, accommodations, even dates via the swipe of a finger, and hundreds of companies around the world have attempted to capitalize on a generation of consumers willing to pay a premium for "right here, right now" service. But after billions of dollars were poured into this hyper-growth industry, we are beginning to see some of these companies surrender. Here's why.
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"Toronto has emerged as an important hub of artificial intelligence research ..."
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Wow, that's a powerful voice.
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Innisfil says traditional transit is too expensive, so it's subsidizing Uber fares instead.
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The federal government has set an important precedent by applying the GST and HST to ridesharing services. It has said that such companies are not above the law. Innovation and new ways of doing things are welcome, but breaking the law is not.
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No one was seriously injured.
"We're not in any way trying to disadvantage people from using Uber."
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The amended taxi business definition will be effective as of July 1.
The province said it will move to create a level playing field for cab companies.
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"I need leadership help and I intend to get it.''
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A former engineer says Uber threatened to fire her for reporting sexual harassment.
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Don't know about you, but I'm really loving the fact that U.S. citizens and CEOs (in ever increasing numbers) are standing up to Donald Trump, calling him out, defying him and fighting back. And it doesn't look like they have any plans to give up any time soon.
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Uber CEO Travis Kalanick is a member of one of Trump's advisory panels.
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In reality, the left of the 21st century has failed to offer alternatives to a number of critical issues and doesn't seem to be adapting to a rapidly changing society and economy. Climate change, new technologies, and the development of the knowledge-based economy are challenges that don't fit the traditional, Marxist-based narrative of the left.
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Beyonce is among the celebrities who were allegedly spied on at Uber.
Many companies have thrived through innovation by leveraging the global connections. The crucial question is, if companies become so successful that they start to impact local economies, job markets, real estate prices, etc., should government intervene with regulation or let free markets reign?
Black males were also more likely to face longer wait times and cancellations.
It’s not only drivers who are at risk.