Taxi-hailing service Uber, which has been haemorrhaging billions for years and in the last few months has been hammered hard by the coronavirus pandemic, may lay off up to 20 per cent of its workforce and recently had its chief technology officer resign.
The rideshare service DiDi has announced they will forge ahead with their March 16 launch in Sydney, despite the ongoing novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and all federal, state and territory governments urging the public to exercise social distancing wherever possible.
Anyone familiar with Uber will be aware of how important the ratings system is for drivers. With some drivers even straight out demanding you rate them 5 stars. You definitely hear less about rider ratings, even though most riders are curious about the reasons they are getting marked down.