New York City's Taxi and Limousine Commission has temporarily shut down Uber and Lyft's car services Tuesday evening as the city attempts to crack down on civil unrest in the wake of the death of George Floyd.
Images posted to social media show people looting from businesses in New York City and then leaving the scene on Citi Bikes.
Ride-hailing firm Lyft Inc said on Tuesday that rides on its platform rose 26 percent in May from the previous month helped by strong growth in cities where coronavirus-induced restrictions have been eased.
Drivers are accusing the state of making them wait months to learn whether they will be receiving unemployment benefits.
But taxpayers across the country will be covering the cost of their unemployment insurance.
Rideshare services are experiencing lulls in business that could extend after the virus dissipates, but innovative ideas will keep revenue steady.
California's attorney general is accusing Uber and Lyft of misclassifying drivers as idependent contractors and withholding employee protections amid coronavirus.
Lyft surprised investors with higher-than-expected revenue.
Uber is letting go of 3,700 full-time employees, 14 percent of its staff, and CEO Dara Khosrowshahi is waiving his salary for the rest of the year.
Lyft has laid off 982 employees and furloughed another 288.
Ride-sharing app Lyft is piloting an “essential deliveries” program as a new option for its drivers as the coronavirus pandemic has led to a drop in rides.
Nearly 80 percent of drivers say Uber, Lyft aren't doing enough to support drivers.
Amazon offering two weeks of paid leave to all employees diagnosed with COVID-19.
Major tech companies that have innovated ridesharing and food delivery may implement a paid leave fund for drivers infected with coronavirus.
Nikola Motors CEO Trevor Milton discussed why his company is going public despite 2019's IPO woes.
Some rideshare and food-delivery app companies are already feeling the effects of such concerns surrounding the new coronavirus.
Lyft has advised its San Francisco employees to go home after learning one staff member was exposed to coronavirus.
Here is how one exterminator is making money on a city's rideshare-related bedbug problem.
Lyft reported earnings amid ongoing intense competition from its rideshare rival, Uber, which controls a larger share of the market.
A dispute between ride-hailing companies and the city of Phoenix deepened on Monday, as Arizona state lawmakers introduced legislation that would bar raising fees on Uber and Lyft at Sky Harbor airport.