Ridesharing: A short honeymoon meets a sobering reality
Omaima Ismail | Uber has slashed and canceled incentive programs for drivers as well as offers to customers.
The impact of coronavirus on ride-hailing services: A story of narrowed livelihoods
Beesan Kassab | The cutback in benefits was felt by drivers well before the coronavirus outbreak.
The protection of competition: A suspended verdict
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Post strike, are Uber and Careem drivers on road to unionization?
Mohamed Hamama | With the strike in the rearview, what comes next for Uber and Careem drivers is yet to be navigated
Sources: Interference with Uber app tied to company’s refusal to share user data with security bodies
Mohamed Hamama | Negotiations were going well until a few weeks ago.
Imminent Uber-Careem merger to come at the expense of consumers
Alaa Haggag | The ECA announced its intention to act against the companies if a deal to merge is struck
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Mostafa Mohie | Black and white taxis were the only available taxicab option in Cairo, until white taxis came along 10
Egypt, Uber and the world
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Cairo’s white taxis enter the world of smart phones through Whatsapp Taxi
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Justice for all
Andeel | Sign: "Justice for all"Old man: "Except women."Woman: "Except my stepdad."Man: "Except rich people."Other man: "Except taxi drivers."Child: "Except child molesters."Policeman: "Except filthy terrorists."Extremist: "Except infidels."