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Taxi Interests Propel Aggressive Campaign Against Uber

Posted on March 11, 2015

David Sutton is looking for the worst possible news about Uber Technologies. An accident in San Francisco, an assault in Boston: Such bad tidings for Uber are ammunition for Sutton, a 48-year-old publicist. “Uber is a creep magnet,” Sutton says in a news release sent to U.S. local and national media outlets in February.

Bloomberg Business article here

Related CNBC article: Is Uber Crushing New York's Taxi Industry?

Related Topics: Mike Fogarty, mobile applications, passenger safety, public relations, regulatory enforcement, staying competitive, taxis, TLPA, TNCs, vehicle apps

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