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Maybe he was lying and was perhaps embarrassed when you asked him. Did you ask him all accusingly.
Good point about competition. However, SEC won’t let there only be one company, so the Uber Lyft duopoly will continue to exist.
But I suspect both companies will inch up their rates together under investor pressure to show the numbers. Market share matters, but now that they will be public companies, the revenue matters as well now.
Drop mic! This is SO SO SO TRUE.
Passengers will eventually catch on. How would Uber fix this problem?!
I have no friends.
I am realizing how many of these videos are out there.they all suck
Super cringe worthy.
Are we basing this question on the CEOs or just whether Uber is better or worse than it was in the past?
I hear drivers all make crap money now, so purely based on that, I'd think most drivers are hating on Dara. (and missing Travis) I had the impression that drivers liked Dara and his style, but I am not a driver, so I will reserve my comments.
Right. There’s no point of getting drivers to sign up unless there are riders. Then again, it’s always a chicken nor the egg situation. I guess they decided drivers have to come first.
And drive Uber in Honolulu. Not a bad idea if you can find cheap lodging.
Be safe. There are no TSAs
As expensive as it is to live and or even stay overnight in San Francisco, this is becoming a big problem for service providers and gig economy workers. The whole city has priced out people who do not make $100K and up.
I have heard that people do sleep in their cars. This is actually becoming a problem onto itself, where workers do not bother driving home and end up sleeping in their vehicles. This is being grouped together with the homeless problem in San Francisco. (That's the irony. People who aren't homeless are being treated like homeless .)
HAHA. Why would this be true? It makes no sense.
Can some one explain the title. I don’t get it.
Wait, so you are saying that they appear and disappear depending on your situation. I wonder if it's a location thing or availability thing or what.
- Does it appear/disappear in the same location, say your home?
- Do you see any patterns on when they appear/disappear. Say on the weekends when it's super busy? or what about day vs. night? UberPool disappears in most cities after 11PM.
I just went to look this up, and it is super complex as to what's happening in Germany. It depends on locations and services provided, whether they are supported, not supported or no one knows. LOL.
I can see it.
I can'ta believe kids these days have never seen them. I owned one in college. Wish I still had it.
Funny thing? Every phone since then has been bigger.
what man would do that? lol
Super messed up. What the heck. How do they even have four phones. All running on the same driver account? (or four seaprate ones?)
I am trying to think through this. So if the driver in top position cancels the ride, the rider needs to request again, right? Wouldn't that theoretically go straight back to the same driver? (Well, I guess not, because in the time it takes the rider to request again, another rider may send a request.)
I guess what I am trying to get to is that when riders are "ignored" by the drivers, those would eventually trickle down to those lower in queue, right?
Does this really happen.
and what is this about drivers hiding out in the bushes and not letting the rider in. why is this a valid business practice?