The TNC published a white paper that concludes most of its drivers are happy and earn more than minimum wage.
Michael Fogarty recently took the helm of the Americas division for the extensive global luxury transportation network.
A premium ride-hailing application offering chauffeur driven cars has relaunched, with a license to operate until 2023.
They will have to take a six hour break after they have accepted and made trips with passengers totaling 10 hours.
The fight not only pits new ways against old, it also reveals modern-day ruptures in the labor market.
The TNC's license will expire Sept. 30 as it claims to have some 3.5 million users and about 40,000 drivers in the city.
Andy Boland explains the difference between the company and TNCs -- full-time, trained, professional drivers.
TNC Travesties Of The Week: The company continues to kick duty of care to the curb.
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TNC Travesties Of The Week: In a special international edition, drivers are causing trouble no matter where they go.
Europe’s largest private hire operator has written to the Mayor of London criticizing the TNC's campaign to water down new regulations.
TNC Travesties Of The Week: The TNC is about to deal with unhappy customers and displeased drivers.
The start-up has teamed up with the private hire company to integrate its minicab and chauffeur service into its mobility application.
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