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More than 500,000 sign petition to save Uber as firm hits back at London ban 23 Sep 8:46am Updated More than 500,000 sign petition to save Uber as firm hits back at London ban
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Strong online support for the ride-sharing firm as chief executive vows to show that it is a ‘great company meaningfully contributing to society’ More than half a million people have signed a petition calling for Transport for London to reverse its
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iPhone 8: muted reaction and small queues lead to questions over demand 23 Sep 5:30am iPhone 8: muted reaction and small queues lead to questions over demand
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Apple’s star might be shining a little less brightly with the iPhone 8, which is overshadowed by impending release of the £999 iPhone X As the iPhone 8 goes on sale, questions remain over the demand for Apple’s latest offering following smaller crowds outside stores and a muted customer reaction. The iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, two of the three new iPhones in Apple’s 2017 lineup, went on sale around the world, starting in Australia where hundreds of people have usually gathered outside Apple’s Sydney city store for previous launches. But instead of queues winding down the street there were fewer than 30 people lining up before the store opened on Friday.
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I’m glad it’s all over for Uber in London – and I work for them | anonymous 23 Sep 2:00am I’m glad it’s all over for Uber in London – and I work for them | anonymous
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As a driver, I enjoyed the early years. Then the company slashed fares in an attempt to crush its rivals, forcing us all to work longer hours for less pay I’ve been an Uber driver for five years, so you’d expect me to be furious that Transport for London
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More than 400,000 sign petition to save Uber as firm hits back at London ban 23 Sep 1:45am More than 400,000 sign petition to save Uber as firm hits back at London ban
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Strong online support for the ride-sharing firm as chief executive vows to show that it is a ‘great company meaningfully contributing to society’ Hundreds of thousands of people have signed a petition calling for Transport for London to reverse its
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Transport union wants Australian audit of Uber following London ban 23 Sep 12:37am Transport union wants Australian audit of Uber following London ban
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Ride-sharing service should be assessed to ensure it is operating up to community standards, Transport Workers Union says Uber should be audited to ensure it is operating up to community standards, the Transport Workers Union secretary has said after the ride-sharing service was banned in London for not being “fit and proper”. Transport for London (TfL) has deemed the Silicon Valley technology giant was not fit and proper to hold a private vehicle hire licence and its current agreement will not be renewed when it expires on 30 September.
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iPhone 8: small queues and muted reaction lead to questions over demand 22 Sep 9:36pm Updated iPhone 8: small queues and muted reaction lead to questions over demand
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Apple’s star might be shining a little less brightly with the iPhone 8, which is overshadowed by impending release of the £999 iPhone X As the iPhone 8 goes on sale, questions remain over the demand for Apple’s latest offering following smaller crowds outside stores and a muted customer reaction. The iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, two of the three new iPhones in Apple’s 2017 lineup, went on sale around the world, starting in Australia where hundreds of people have usually gathered outside Apple’s Sydney city store for previous launches. But instead of queues winding down the street there were fewer than 30 people lining up before the store opened on Friday.
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Uber stripped of London licence due to lack of corporate responsibility 22 Sep 8:02pm Updated Uber stripped of London licence due to lack of corporate responsibility
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US ride-hailing company will appeal ruling but the new chief executive admits it is the ‘cost of a bad reputation’
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