The GMB union, which represents black cab drivers, said that "other major cities will be looking at this decision and considering Uber's future on their own streets". Jeremy Corbyn backed the mayor and Transport for London , which made the shock ruling yesterday. The company, which has been valued at nearly $70bn, has been in turmoil in recent months over the conduct and subsequent exit of its founder, Travis Kalanick .
In contrast, Newcastle have flourished back at the top table of English football, winning their last three Premier League matches. We have won three games in a row - they could do the same at any time, hopefully not starting this weekend.
Mumbai: The BSE Sensex came under relentless selling pressure in early trade Friday, plunging almost 300 points on heavy selling in banking, financial, capital goods and FMCG stocks amid sustained foreign fund outflows and weak global cues.
Analysts said the reading points to a sustained recovery, with some saying they may now need to upgrade their forecasts for economic growth in the single currency area. "This rounds out a run of data that provides evidence of building pipeline inflation pressures. This will help to build a case for European Central Bank tapering next year", said Bert Colijn at ING.
T-Mobile CEO John Legere is expected to lead the combined company if there is a merger, but Softbank founder and CEO Masayoshi Son "has made it clear he wants a say in how the company is run", CNBC wrote. Other possible indications of the prospective deal include T-Mobile and Sprint seeing the political and legal climate as friendly, or more hands-off.
Trump has praised Yellen's work leading the Fed since he took office and said he was considering asking her to serve as chairwoman again. Yellen says that inflation has been below target since 2013 for a variety of factors. German equivalents DE10YT=TWEB , the benchmark for euro zone borrowing costs, fell 1.3 bps to 0.44 percent. The Fed views the job market as strengthening, but it notes that inflation is running below its 2 percent annual target.