The Uber Technologies Inc. application runs on an Apple Inc. iPhone during an Uber ride in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Wednesday, April 8, 2015. Last month, Uber accounted for 47 percent of all rides expensed by employees whose companies use Certify, the second-largest provider of travel and expense management software in North America. In March 2014, Uber accounted for only 15 percent, according to a study by Certify released on April 7
SThere was a drop in the business during 2014, during the same time Uber introduced UberX in Australia, it continued to have success and UberX got more popular.
Surge pricing in Sydney
In December 2014, Uber was blamed for its surge pricing. This surge pricing was followed by Uber to give incentives for the drivers and also to increase the supply during the peak periods. There was a 0.2% less and this led to the small rise in the cost of the ride. This rise happened in the case of Uber as well as the taxis. At the end of the day, Users were not affected by the surge pricing.