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Uber wins back London licence for probationary 15 months

Uber wins back London licence for probationary 15 months

Uber has won back its licence to operate in London after a judge overturned a ban. Transport for London (TfL) refused to renew the licence when it expired last September, saying the US ride-hailing firm was not a “fit and proper” operator. After a two day court hearing in Westminster Magistrates’ Court, Uber has been(…)

PRODUCT NEWS

mytaxi, Europe’s leading taxi app, announces new management structure.

mytaxi, Europe’s leading taxi app, announces new management structure.

- Eckart Diepenhorst has been appointed acting CEO of mytaxi – Diepenhorst will be supported by Johannes Mewes (CPO), Andy Batty (acting COO), Thomas Zimmermann (CMO), Jan Sören Ramm (CTO) and Lena Dröge (People Director) – Marc Berg is the new CEO of mytaxi’s Parent Company Intelligent Apps mytaxi, Europe’s leading taxi app, earlier this(…)

OPINION

Thomas Grätz (BZP): “A political solution is needed in the debate about driving bans in German inner cities. The taxi industry demands a sensible political solution.”

Thomas Grätz (BZP): “A political solution is needed in the debate about driving bans in German inner cities. The taxi industry demands a sensible political solution.”

Thomas Grätz, is a lawyer and managing director of the German Taxi Private Hire Association (BZP) e.V. Feb. 22, 2018 is marked on my calendar. A single sentence from the Federal Administrative Court could turn our lives upside down. It is about driving bans in German inner cities. In September 2016, the Düsseldorf Administrative Court(…)

INSTANT INTELL

Baltic boss: Taxify’s 24-year-old CEO is smashing Uber’s monopoly in Europe and Africa

Baltic boss: Taxify’s 24-year-old CEO is smashing Uber’s monopoly in Europe and Africa

Estonia has produced some superstar tech startups over the years. Skype and TransferWise are just two Estonian-born tech companies that have revolutionized the way people communicate or send money around the world. Now there’s Taxify, Estonia’s rapidly growing answer to Uber, which launched in 2013 and now has 500,000 drivers and 10 million customers across(…)

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