Uber has been fined £385,000 by the ICO for a 2016 data leak that affected almost 3 million British users. Here’s what SMEs should take away from the incident.
The Pimlico Plumbers founder refuses to be tarred with the same brush as Uber.
David Brennan, CEO at Nexus Vehicle Rental, discusses why fleets should be investing in technology.
Wesleyan Bank’s third annual SME survey highlighted a growing sense of positivity. However, it also uncovered a willingness to resort to illegal activities.
New research has shed light on the growing number of gig workers operating in the British economy.
Uber knew it was the victim of a data breach in October 2016, but made no move to notify the proper authorities. Those whose personal details, the likes of names and email addresses, were snatched, weren’t made aware either.
There have been calls for law regarding gig economy workers to be further clarified, especially after Uber lost its appeal against two drivers – and the potential IR35 changes that await in chancellor Philip Hammond’s next Budget.
Leaders build trust through being open and transparent and willing to admit mistakes. More and more, the public expects leaders to be positive role models. And that includes those at Uber.
On Friday 22 September, Transport for London (TfL) made a statement that, from 30 September, Uber would no longer be welcome in the capital.
Over the past decade, we have witnessed rapid sharing economy growth – an industry that has turned the concept of lending personal assets into a business model.
Real Business asked PRs to unveil what they thought were the biggest PR disasters. We came away with a list spanning Asda, United Airlines and even the Queen.
VC company Benchmark Capital sued Uber founder Travis Kalanick a month after his resignation – and has finally made the reasons behind its decision clear.