You are here
Home > Posts tagged "Management" (Page 2)

How a Danish startup is using math to cut airport wait times in half

(Business Insider) - Danish startup Copenhagen Optimization has become the go-to for making airports run more smoothly. Like they did at Geneva Airport in Switzerland, where the average waiting time was reduced by more than 50%. "It's all about numbers," says Anders Dohn, Managing Partner and co-founder at Copenhagen Optimization. "At the core, we have a

How Conveyor belt operators’ strike over unpaid 8 months salary grounded flights at Lagos airport

...Airport authority denies owning operators (Guardian) - Flights at the international wing of the Murtala Muhammed Airport, Lagos were disrupted yesterday for several hours following a strike action by operators of the belt conveyor to protest against alleged unpaid salaries. The workers, in the employ of OTIS Nigeria Limited, a private company engaged to

Uber Gets Deal-Maker, Trump Agitator as CEO

Dara Khosrowshahi will take over as chief of ride-hail company Meg Whitman and Jeffrey Immelt were finalists for the job   (Bloomberg) - Uber Technologies Inc. will appoint Expedia Inc.’s Dara Khosrowshahi to run the global ride-hailing Leviathan, two people familiar with the matter said. He’ll succeed co-founder Travis Kalanick, who led the

Uber Racks Up Rides, Losses Amid Setbacks

San Francisco (Fox) - Uber Technologies' scandal-plagued year apparently hasn't deterred ridership, though the ride-hailing company is still reporting heavy financial losses. The San Francisco company reported a $645 million loss for the second quarter, narrowing from $708 million in the first quarter. Revenue, not including a one-time outlay for drivers in

Ease of doing business

Executive Order And New Trends In Abuja, Lagos Airports The executive order issued recently by the presidency to engender ease of doing business in the country seems to be the shot-in-the-arm the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria, FAAN has been waiting for to up its game in Abuja and Lagos international

Uber knowingly rented cars that were at risk of catching fire to its drivers in Singapore, a report says

Uber was aware that Honda had recalled its Vezel SUVs for a fire risk, but leased them to drivers anyway.   Honda recalled its Vezel SUV last year because it could catch fire — but Uber continued to lease the cars to drivers in Singapore. The news comes from a Wall Street Journal report that