The Telegraph: Uber may have won its battle in London, but it faces a bumpy road ahead

The Telegraph: Uber may have won its battle in London, but it faces a bumpy road ahead

Access Partnership’s Matthew McDermott spoke to Telegraph on the challenges Uber may face after saving its London license:

“The risk is that other cities will ask Uber for the same commitment it has provided for London. It is too soon to tell whether that would be the case, but that’s the real risk for profitability.”

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