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A major update is coming to Uber’s app, and the company’s CEO says it wants to be ‘the operating system of your life’
At an event on Thursday, Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi unveiled the new vision for the ride-hailing giant, including a major overhaul of its app.
To become a Lyft driver, you need to complete an application and go through a background check, but you can rent a car directly from Lyft.
How to schedule an Uber ride days or weeks in advance, or cancel a scheduled ride if you no longer need it
You can schedule an Uber ride days or weeks in advance so you're prepared for a coming trip. Here's how to schedule an Uber or cancel a scheduled one.
Europe and Latin America could be a good place for competitors to steal some of Uber's market share, analysts at HSBC say.
One Twitter user said fares had increased by 65 per cent.
Uber threw an appreciation party for drivers in Chicago and so many people showed up, cars were driving on the wrong side of the road to get through t...
Each driver was allowed to bring three guests to the event at Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry on Monday. Many more showed up.
90% of Singaporeans say in-car cameras can protect drivers and passengers – and most who agree think they should record both audio and video
64% of Singaporeans agreed that taxis, private hire cars and limousines should be allowed to install in-vehicle cameras.
Sure, Uber didn’t leave any money on the table, but its IPO was nothing to celebrate and it could haunt the company and its execs for years to c...
Uber's debut on the public markets was a disappointment to the company and investors. But it could end up being costly too.
Uber is reportedly set to price its IPO at the midpoint of its target or below, giving it a valuation of as much as $86 billion
Uber is set to price its initial public offering at the midpoint of its target range or below, according to a report from The Wall Street Journal.
More Uber and Lyft drivers are using the app to fit their schedules, but those who make it a full-time job are barely earning a livable wage
Workers for gig economy startups like Lyft and Uber churn through jobs at an unusually high rate, according to a new Wall Street Journal report.