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You can easily change payment method on Uber to the card or mobile payment service you prefer to use.
You can change your destination on Uber at any time during a ride in-progress, but it may change your cost.
You can change your phone number on Uber by going into your app settings, though the process may vary slightly for your device.
You can easily request an Uber with a car seat if you're willing to pay for an extra fee. Here's how to do it.
‘This is why people are so angry’: Tech giants like Google, Facebook, and Uber built their empires on the backs of contractors. A pandemic...
Most tech companies rely on non-standard workers of some sort for tasks ranging from driving or delivery to content moderation or data analysis.
$2.50 an hour and exposure to riders who may have the virus: Uber drivers say their income has collapsed and help has been sparse. Here’s how ba...
Business Insider surveyed over 1,000 rideshare drivers and gig workers. Drivers said their weekly earnings have dropped by anywhere from 50% to 80%.
Uber promised to pay drivers who couldn’t work because of the coronavirus. But drivers say Uber has been closing their accounts after they seek ...
Multiple drivers tell Business Insider that Uber has rejected their requests for sick pay, despite doctors' notes telling them to self-quarantine.
Brutal chart shows just show much Uber’s core ride-hailing business has been hollowed out by coronavirus in the US
The coronavirus pandemic has forced people around the world to avoid travel, wreaking havoc on Uber and Lyft's core taxi businesses.
The ultrawealthy Italian family behind Ferrari and Fiat just invested $200 million in Uber and Lyft’s fastest-growing competitor
The Agnelli family, which controls the $26 billion Exor group, has stakes in football clubs, automakers, and more, invested $200 million in Via.
Are you a driver for Lyft, Uber, Doordash, or Grubhub working during the coronavirus outbreak? Business Insider wants to hear from you.
Business Insider is seeking input from drivers and delivery workers to better understand what it's like working through the coronavirus outbreak.