Is Aero's semiprivate jet service as easy and glamorous as it looks? We test the flight from Los Angeles to Aspen to find out.
An Uber passenger screams at her 'racist' driver after he insists she wear her mask and refrain from eating in the car or exit the vehicle.
Graphic video showed Anwar, 66, was thrown from his vehicle in a crash after he had clung to the driver's side door during a carjacking.
Arna Kimiai was filmed by the in-vehicle camera taking off her mask and coughing on driver Subhakar Khadka.
If convicted, Arna Kimiai could face up to 16 years in state prison and $3,000 in fines.
Shapsly Silencieux told the young woman he would take her home after she accidentally jumped in his car, believing it to be the Uber she had requested on Saturday night.
Arna Kimiai, 24, turned herself in to authorities and was booked into the San Francisco County Jail on Sunday night.
An early investor in the ride hailing app started a GoFundMe for the driver, Subhakar Khadka, 32, raising $65,860 for his ordeal.
The company was responding to a video of the woman saying she prefers using Lyft to Uber.
While making an appearance on CNBC, though, Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi did float the possibility that people could eventually be able to use cryptocurrencies to pay for Uber services.
Whether its classic "Saturday Night Live" characters reuniting to help local businesses or a beer commercial that reminds you of the important things in life, Super Bowl LV has plenty of commercials that even people that don't life football will probably love.
Levandowski previously admitted to downloading thousands of files relating to Google's self-driving car project onto his personal laptop in 2016 as he was preparing to leave the company.
Voters overwhelmingly approved Proposition 22 in November, allowing companies like Uber to continue classing drivers as independent contractors.
The boss asked politicians to "recognize the essential nature" of drivers while drawing up vaccine distribution plans, just weeks after Uber fought to keep them as contractors, not staff with benefits.
Uber, Lyft and other app-based work companies say the passage of Proposition 22 in California, which allows drivers to be classified as independent contractors instead of employees, will save the industry—and jobs. But not everyone's convinced it's a good deal for gig workers.
California voters approved a ballot measure allowing gig economy firms Uber and Lyft to continue to treat drivers as contractors, not employees. For labor activists, the battle is far from over.
General Motors and Nikola have been in ongoing talks about a potential partnership deal worth $2 billion.
A judge in London ruled that the company was "fit and proper" after its license was previously revoked over safety concerns.
Sponsored ArticleAMPLIFY - Finance
With Uber and Lyft having to fire drivers nationwide due to policy changes, here are some side-hustles you could opt for instead.
Uber is expanding the company's mask verification technology to passengers who have been reported by drivers for not covering their faces during rides.
Both companies will be allowed to continue operating through at least October while an appeal is heard.
The injunction and the lawsuit are the most potentially damaging challenges to the companies' businesses so far.
In his 34-page decision, the judge wrote that Lyft and Uber had demonstrated a "prolonged and brazen refusal" to comply with California's Assembly Bill 5.
Alvin Campbell is suspected of posing as a rideshare driver despite not working for the company since 2016.
Jesse Bright, of North Carolina, provided a video tutorial of how to handle yourself in a routine traffic stop.
The former driver said that he was terminated for denying people who weren't wearing masks rides, but the company cited several reports prior to his firing as the reason for his release.
Local police and members of the FBI detained Manfredonia without incident Wednesday outside of a Maryland truck stop.
Workers say Uber treats them like contract laborers to avoid paying minimum wage and overtime, reimbursing business expenses and providing other employee benefits like paid leave.
Lyft drivers filed a class action suit asking to be classified as employees rather than contractors, in order to get health insurance during the coronavirus pandemic.