Tag Archives: Startups

Odd-Even Rule: Startups Expand Scope, Offer Free Rides

With the second phase of odd-even rule set to be rolled out from tomorrow, ride-sharing apps like 360Ride and Rapido are lining up free rides and scaling up operations to handle higher demand from consumers. The odd-even rule was implemented on an experimental basis from January 1 to January 15 in view of high air pollution in the national capital. ... Read More »

Uber’s Real Estate Footprint Unmatched Among Bay Area Startups

Uber’s new Oakland headquarters is about four times bigger than Internet radio service Pandora Media’s office nearby, and will house about five times the number of employees that ride-hailing competitor Lyf has at its headquarters. The on-demand ride service paid $123.5 million for Oakland’s historic Sears building last year and has so far filed building permits to complete at least ... Read More »