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Food Delivery Service Deliveroo Launches in Brisbane as Its Third Australian City After Success in Melbourne and Sydney

Global food delivery service Deliveroo is expanding further in Australia and will soon launch in Brisbane as its third city the country. The expansion came after experiencing a sustained growth in its first two cities since it launched in Australia on November last year.

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US court rejects $12.25-mln Lyft lawsuit settlement

A US Court has rejected $12.25-million legal case between Lyft and its drivers. Lyft and attorney of drivers need to sit back again on further discussions after the latest judgment.

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"Chariot for Women", The Uber Ride-Hailing Service for Females

Chariot for Women is a ride-hailing service where both drivers and passengers are women. The startup is behind Michael Pelletz's idea whose concern is for the safety of female drivers and passengers. The service will be launced in Boston on April 19.

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Lyft Teams Up With GM to Launch Car Rental Program as It Aims to Get More Drivers

App-based ride-hailing service Lyft announced its new initiative with GM, a car rental program called Express Drive. Aiming to grow its base of drivers, the new program will allow drivers to apply without owning a qualifying car but renting in instead.

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Juno Is Getting Ready to Compete With Uber, Aiming A Better Relationship With Drivers

A startup is getting ready to launch a ride-sharing app that could compete against Uber. The startup claimed that they would aim to form a better relationship with drivers and pay the drivers better with lower commission. As for now, the company is still gathering data, with the help of Uber drivers paid $25 per week to carry Juno devices while doing their job.

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Uber Offers Job of Drivers to Nonviolent Criminal Offenders in California

Uber has changed its driver recruitment policy and advised the previously rejected applicant seeking for drivers’ job to take the benefit of proposition 47. This law allows nonviolent criminal offenders to downgrade their offence level to misdemeanor through submitting applications. Uber’s effort is believed to benefit the released inmates who aim to rebuild their lives.

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