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Arvind Singhal quits TaxiForSure

11-July-2015
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Arvind Singhal quits TaxiForSure

Arvind Singhal, chief executive of OlaCabs' subsidiary TaxiForSure, has resigned from the company. According to market reports, a major restructuring in the organisation is taking place just four months after the taxi app was acquired for $200 million.

The company has now appointed Pallav Singh, one of the early employees at Ola, as the CEO while Singhal will be working in a consulting role over the next three months to help in smooth transition, market reports state.

Singhal, a B Tech from IIT Bombay, became the CEO of TaxiForSure post the merger with Ola. He joined the company from McDonald's, where he was the director, south - marketing.

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