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Uber’s poverty wages mean many drivers are homeless

It’s sickening. I have just finished learning about Gary Branson, an Uber driver who works 60 hours a week and is still homeless. The reality is that Gary is not the only Uber driver experiencing poverty conditions and homelessness. Gary’s home, for now, is his car. He parks his car in the carpark on a beachfront and tries to get a few hours sleep. He stores any personal belongings in ...

Uber vs 13cabs, why Uber is a premium service

Opinion The chief executive of the company behind the 13cabs network needs to get real. 13cabs is a taxi service, not ride-sharing. Taking a pot shot at Uber’s billion-dollar losses is simply inappropriate and uncalled for. Boasting that “We sometimes smile and say perhaps we’re one of the world’s most profitable ride-sharing companies” does not make me smile. The taxi’s ar...

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