Uber Is Close to Launching a Taxi App to Hail and Pay for Yellow Cabs in New York City

Uber Is Close to Launching a Taxi App to Hail and Pay for Yellow Cabs in New York City

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New Uber CEO Travis Kalanick (Photo: Tech Cocktail) A source has informed Betabeat that Uber–the pricey, San Francisco-based request-a-ride app for black cars–is planning on an imminent launch for a similar service for yellow cabs in New York City. Uber already lets riders in New York City order and pay for private...
Uber Is Close to Launching a Taxi App to Hail and Pay for Yellow Cabs in New York City
                                       

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