Leaders

*

#techtuesday: The Uber apology, the smart musical toothbrush, the artistic Shazam and more

Published by

Uber CEO apologises for mistakes in wake of London ban

Uber’s CEO has swallowed his pride and apologised in the wake of the controversial decision by Transport for London to not renew the ride-sharing app's licence when it expires this Saturday (September 30). The apology comes as CEO Dara Khosrowshahi and his team battle the decision, which was apparently made by TfL as they felt that Uber was not a “fit and proper” private car-hire operator, citing four areas of concern, including its approach to reporting criminal offences and

 

This content is for members only

Click below to activate your Free Registration

Get Access

Already a member? Login here

 

Comments

More Leaders

*

Leaders

Melissa Ditson on creating your own role models

"As a creative, I've never had a female to learn from or look up to as an example of what was possible for my career." It's not uncommon to hear such stories from female leaders in the industry, even today. Though we are slowly getting there, we...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
*

Leaders

Giving voice to the blind – Why innovation defies accessibility

Have you seen the new iPhone? Beautiful piece of design, almost completely button-less, a joy for the eyes. But what if you can't see all that? As technology progresses and designs become more minimal, one fundamental aspect of accessibility starts...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
*

Leaders

In memory of Murphy Chou, bright star of Leo Burnett Taiwan

“Hope this is helpful.” Few words can condense Murphy Chou’s spirit more efficiently than these, pulled straight from one of our email exchanges with Leo Burnett Taiwan's former chief creative officer. As the industry gathers to...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
ad: post your news with us