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C'mon UBER, You can still lead by Example
Ketharaman Swaminathan

Ketharaman Swaminathan

  Of course, UBER will do the right thing, just that it will be right by itself, its shareholders and its promoters. It's well known that Uber has leveraged regulatory gaps wherever possible. HBR goes a step further and alleges the company with "mounting scandals" and exhorts regulators to shut it down. Uber is optimistic that it will continue to get away with its footloose, fancyfree approach towards regs. So far it has succeeded, and its approach to London ban is yet another exhibit.  Against that backdrop, good luck with your optimism.
C'mon UBER, You can still lead by Example
Vikas Seth

Vikas Seth

  hi Kentharaman: This will be sad news if indeed they don't follow law but I am optimist and have high expectations from companies like UBER to do the right things.
C'mon UBER, You can still lead by Example
Ketharaman Swaminathan

Ketharaman Swaminathan

  Banning Uber reminds me of an old saying about smoking: "It's easy to quit smoking. I've done it so many times". I first heard that Uber was banned in London a year or two. Then I heard Uber would continue to operate in London until some appeal. Everything went quiet until 3 months ago when we once again heard that Uber is banned in London. I just fired up my Uber app. I'm still able to see rides from my home to office in London. Uber can get banned but it's another thing for Uber to go off the roads! Uber seems to be a law unto itself. I seriously doubt if the company will be too bothered about mundane matters like legalities of driver onboarding even for itself, let alone lead by example for the rideshare industry.
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Diana Satya

Diana Satya

  Lots of good ideas and information. Thank you Konstantin. Actually I am New Member in here. I am interested in writing a blog like you but when I click "lets blog" directed to my account, I don't find anything. Can you give me instructions as to what I should do? your help means a lot of to me :)
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