A new documentary explores how Silicon Valley has turned the city known for its diversity and freedom of expression into a homogenized “gated community.”
The ridesharing app's low-cost UberPop service sparked violent taxi driver protests earlier this year.
Germany's oldest carmaker is considering setting up large fleets of autonomous cars to cater to a new customer base.
If Uber and Lyft operated across the U.S., a study suggests, 500 lives would be saved each year.
Now consumers have a real alternative against which they can compare the protectionist status quo.
Uber laid out their grievances in front of City Council weeks ago but are still looking for a debate.
Taxi app bosses could face two years in prison for allegedly employing unlicensed drivers.
The update comes two months after a Chicago employee shot a gunman from inside his vehicle.
We need a new labor classification that maintains the freelancer’s flexibility while protecting worker rights.
Holt, who manages more than 200 employees, discusses team building, branching out and challenges facing the e-hail app.
Detective Patrick Cherry, who did not issue the Uber driver a ticket, was stripped of his shield and gun Wednesday.
New York City’s yellow cabs are planning to stick to traditional pricing.
Thousands of Drivers Declined to Take Uber Survey Claiming 78% of Drivers Are Satisfied With Platform
The new survey released by the company claims the average driver wage is $19 per hour.
Five out of six Uber bases have been suspended across New York City.
France's highly regulated taxi drivers say Uber has hit their business unfairly as it has expanded rapidly.