Uber IPO to ride out driver protests
Billed as an international protest in advance of Uber's planned initial public offering this week, drivers in London and nearby cities said they would turn off their apps at 7am on Wednesday
Simmering tensions between drivers and ride-hailing companies are flaring again, as drivers in major cities across the US and the UK threatened strikes over low wages and unstable working conditions.
There was little initial evidence of a lack of drivers in London, one of Uber’s largest markets, with the app showing numerous rides available around the capital’s financial district. However, the threat of protests captured the attention of politicians, with British Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn tweeting...
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