Bhavish Aggarwal - Ola
There’s a battle waging in India as two ridesharing titans — Uber and the local Ola — clash over who gets to reign supreme. But in a lawsuit filed in the High Court of Delhi and detailed by Bloomberg, Uber claims that Ola used shady, underhanded tactics. Specifically, Uber says that Ola created more than 90,000 fake Uber accounts, using fabricated phone numbers, for the express purpose of tying up Uber drivers trying to catch fares. These accounts would request rides — an estimated number of 400,000 false bookings — and then cancel them, leaving drivers without riders and gumming up…

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