Uber begins an appeal against the loss of its licence to operate in London, having made significant corporate governance changes in the UK.
Uber is likely to use corporate governance changes made in the UK as part of its plea to have its licence to operate in London reinstated.
Today will see the opening arguments in what is expected to be a three-day hearing on the taxi company's suspended licence in the UK capital.
Uber lost its licence in September last year with Transport for London, the taxi regulator, insisting: "...Uber’s approach and conduct demonstrate a lack of corporate responsibility in relation to a number of issues which have potential public safety and security implications.”
The company has since made significant governance changes, including the appo
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