Several big-name tech companies are set to enter the public market, and the speculation over the effects of a crush of overnight millionaires overwhelming the region has reached fever pitch.
For over a year Rob Mead has worked as an Uber driver in Reno, Nevada, to supplement his income as a public sector worker. Now he’s wondering if it is worth it. “After gas, added monthly rideshare insurance, wear-and-tear, constant oil changes and taxes that $300 for 30 hours of work I thought I made…
Addison Lee has long been an innovator, picking up trophies at the Fleet News Awards in recent years for its commitment to environmental initiatives that focus as much on the use of technology to minimise dead mileage as they do using low emission cars for its private hire and courier work.
Lyft has officially kicked off the roadshow for its initial public offering, saying Monday it plans to put more than 30m shares up for sale with an anticipated price of between $62 and $68 each.
I am drawn to people who are the anti-zealot, the pragmatic people. So says Ian Cohen, Group CIO and Chief Product and Technology Officer at Addison Lee, the well known private hire car firm.
In the manicured grounds of a public library in Chandler, Arizona, Liisa Walimaa is waiting for a robot to take her to Macy’s.