Last November, London’s transit authority refused to renew Uber’s operating license over concerns about impostor drivers.
The back-up safety driver behind the wheel of a self-driving Uber Technologies test vehicle that struck and killed a woman in 2018 in Arizona, was charged with negligent homicide Tuesday
As voting rights organizations have warned of poll worker shortages -- largely due to the coronavirus pandemic -- companies have banded together to bolster the recruiting process and make voting easier for employees across the country.
Many small businesses have opted to cut back on their use of independent workers.
General Motors and Uber have launched a partnership to "accelerate the rideshare industry’s transition to an all-electric, zero-emissions future" by offering the ride-hailing company's drivers a discount on the new 2020 Chevy Bolt EV.
Ride-hailing firm Lyft Inc said on Tuesday that its trips rose 7.3% in August from July as operations in Canada recovered faster than in the United States.
Uber will require customers to upload a selfie wearing a mask before they are allowed to take a trip, the company announced Tuesday.
While the COVID-19 pandemic has marked the and of weekly traditions like Taco Tuesdays, Wine Wednesdays, and Sunday brunches, new habits like ordering Friday night takeout and delivery may be bringing economically-devastated restaurants back from a point of no return.
The vote on California's proposition 22 will decide if gig workers would be classified as independent contractors.
Uber and Lyft have ramped up their lobbying power in recent years as it faces a potential death blow in California with the state’s Assembly Bill 5, which went into effect in January and requires the ridesharing giants to reclassify their independent contractors as employees.
In an unprecedented case, a former chief security officer for Uber Technologies was criminally charged on Thursday with trying to cover up a 2016 hacking that exposed personal information of about 57 million of the ride-hailing company's customers and drivers.
Competitors to Uber and Lyft are eyeing the California market as a potential suspension to both ride-hailing companies looms over a state law that would require them to reclassify their drivers as employees rather than independent contractors.
A new study shows how consumer attitudes about using ride-hailing and delivery services have changed. It also highlights a wealth divide, where Americans with higher incomes are able to utilize the services to help reduce their risk of infection.
Uber is now offering $24.99 per month memberships for discounted rides and Uber Eats orders.
Uber Technologies Inc on Monday said it would continue operating its revenue-generating food delivery business Uber Eats even if its ride-hail business should be forced shut in California at the end of this week following a court order.
A California judge has denied Uber and Lyft's request for an extension of a 10-day stay following a ruling that drivers of the ride-hailing companies must be classified as employees instead of independent contractors.
Uber Technologies Inc would be forced to shut down its ride-hailing operations in California if a court ruling that blocks it from classifying its drivers as independent contractors goes into effect, the company said in a court filing.
Coronavirus has forced businesses to embrace new ways of working, and some of the adaptations may stick around long-term. A remote workforce may be one of those things that last, as 78% of CEOs globally say that remote collaboration will be an enduring part of their company culture, according to a new survey by the accounting firm PwC.
Uber and Lyft drivers in California must now be classified as employees instead of independent contractors, a shift that would guarantee benefits like overtime, sick leave and expense reimbursement for workers who make up much of the freewheeling gig economy.
Uber Eats revenue grew 113% to roughly $1.2 billion, while bookings for the ride-sharing service tumbled 73 percent