Tag: Uber

Flipkart, Uber partner to deliver everyday essentials to consumers across three cities

Online marketplace Flipkart recently announced a partnership with Uber to provide people across Bangalore, Mumbai, and Delhi access to everyday essentials, amidst the ongoing national lockdown. This partnership will keep vital supply chains running and will address the growing needs of Flipkart customers to receive essential goods at their doorsteps every day. It will also…

Uber to compensate drivers infected with Coronavirus

Ride-hailing startup Uber Technologies Inc recently said that it will offer compensation to drivers and delivery people diagnosed with the coronavirus or placed in quarantine for up to 14 days. In an official statement, the company said that it has already started compensating drivers in some markets and is planning to implement the same benefits…

Uber to enter Indian fintech market with Uber Money

Ride-hailing startup Uber has recently announced that it would strengthen its fintech process in India with the formation of Uber Money. It has even set up a team of over 100 technology professionals responsible for global financial products and technology innovations, at its Hyderabad Tech center. With the announcement, the company has surprised many who…

Don’t wait at the shore when the cyclone hits

“When the oxygen mask falls down, try to save your own life before helping others.”Making the decision to quit your employer can be a difficult one. Leaving a good-paying safe job to a future of uncertainties can easily scare away the possibilities of resigning. But you’re not always in the position to make that decision…

Uber to assist 245 stranded UberEats employees

Adding to the long list of layoffs by major startups, 245 employees of UberEats India are now on the verge of getting the pink slip after the company’s acquisition by Zomato.  According to a report by The News Minute, these employees have been asked to leave the company by March this year. While 163 of…

‘Trouble in Paradise’ for OYO

It doesn’t seem that their troubles are getting over soon. In the past few months, OYO has managed to gather a different spotlight on itself with a New York Times report on its toxic work-culture, IT raids at their Gurugram headquarters and death of a sportsperson in one of their properties last year. Adding to troubles, came the firing of thousands of its employees from China and India business.