In the process of preparing to list on the New York Stock Exchange in May, Uber Technologies Inc. has revealed that, despite its 91 million users, growth is slowing and it may never make a profit. As it moves away from its Silicon Valley backers and prepares to market itself to potential public investors, the company appears to be attempting to atone for its checkered past. Yet it appears unlikely to result in any substantive change for the company’s disgruntled drivers.
Rosalina Kariotakis, Sydney-based Uber driver and President of the Rideshare Drivers Association of Australia.
John Davidson, Columnist, reviewer and senior writer for the Australian Financial Review and head technician in the Digital Life Laboratories.