India’s Ola failed to get its ride-hailing license renewed after the authorities in London discovered multiple failures in safety measures.
India-based ride hailing service Ola has been legally challenged by two drivers in the Netherlands over data access rights and algorithmic management for its platforms.
Ola Electric acquired Amsterdam-based Etergo electric scooter maker and plans to launch its own electric scooter in 2021.
Ola announced to cut 1,400 jobs because of huge revenue losses in operation amid COVID-19.
Ola temporarily suspends its ride-sharing service Ola Share in India to encourage social distancing and reduce the spread of Coronavirus disease in the country.
Indian ride-hailing service Ola Cabs launched its services in London with more than 25,000 registered drivers.
Ola’s two-wheeler ride-hailing service Ola Bike is now operational in 150 cities of India and is committed to expanding the service three times in next one year.
Ola founded a new business called Ola Electric Mobility to focus on the EV project which has been backed up by big investments from multiple investors.