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Ali's day job is driving for Uber. His other job is as a Hezbollah fighter. He fought in Syria, but says war has worn him out. He's learning German to find work in a place away from conflict. Anchal Vohra reports.
Jo Bertram, the head of Uber's northern Europe operations, has decided to leave as the ride-sharing company tries to negotiate a new license in London. Uber's chief executive is to meet with Transport for London.
The ride-sharing company has come under increasing fire over sexual harassment allegations and concerns about its workplace culture. Now, CEO and co-founder Travis Kalanick has resigned under pressure from investors.
The treat of a possible class action lawsuit against Google for systematically paying women less across the board has so far been downplayed by the company. It is also no surprise to many Germans.
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