South Korea just charged Uber CEO Travis Kalanick with operating an ‘illegal’ taxi service

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Uber CEO Travis Kalanick and nearly 30 other Uber employees have been charged on suspicion of operating illegal taxi services in South Korea, the country’s Yonhap News Agency reports.

Korean police announced the move on Tuesday, and say that if Uber continues doing business in the same way, officials will seek an arrest warrant against Kalanick.

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