Uber wins back London license

Last November, London’s transit authority refused to renew Uber’s operating license over concerns about impostor drivers. 

Uber and Lyft ramp up lobbying efforts in California and nationally

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.

Feds charge ex-Uber security chief with covering up 2016 hacking

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.

CEOs say a remote workforce will last past the coronavirus pandemic

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.