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Did coronavirus come to end the sharing economy?

FINANCIAL STANDARD

Uber shifted resources to Uber Eats to support the 10 million free rides and deliveries of food for frontline healthcare workers.

Did coronavirus come to end the sharing economy?

By Winnie Makena | 9 months ago

Online food ordering services gaining foothold

Online food ordering services gaining foothold

Today’s worker seems too busy to walk to the restaurant, sit down and have a meal, and would rather eat at the desk.

Wainaina Wambu | 1 year ago

Firm expands operations in Kenya

The delivery platform has expanded its footprint across Africa, with Uganda as the second country in East Africa and the fifth in Africa for the firm.

Sara Okuoro | 4 months ago

Uber rides take COVID-19 hit but food-delivery business doubles

The number of active platform users across the 69 countries in which Uber operates nearly halved year-over-year, from 99 million to 55 million.

Reuters | 8 months ago

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