Inc. reports that Uber is planning to move its headquarters from San Francisco to Oakland, which has raised some concerns. The article quotes Public Advocates’ managing attorney Richard Marcantonio.
Nearly two dozen activist organizations have banded together to urge Uber to act as a responsible corporate citizen before moving its headquarters across the San Francisco Bay to Oakland, California.
The coalition is welcoming Uber into the city but hoping the tech firm will bring more good than bad into its new community. “Is Uber ready to get on that learning curve and think about the community it’s coming into and the impact it’s causing?” asks Richard Marcantonio, managing attorney at Public Advocates, a nonprofit law firm and California advocacy organization
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