Uber and Lyft drivers are selling candy and snacks in their cars — and it's indicative of a dark truth
• Uber drivers, as well as drivers for Lyft and other ride-hailing companies, are turning to alternative means to make some extra cash while they drive. • Experts say the rise of these supplemental sources
Uber the company may have cratered in 2017, but Uber the service remained as good as ever. Miraculously, it’s still possible to use Uber’s app without thinking about the problems that consumed its corporate
Uber has suspended its services in Philippines after the national regulator banned it from operating for one month. The country’s Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) ordered a
“We should have a undertone of scorched earth.” You’re not supposed to see how the news gets made, the saying goes. For the same reason that you’re not supposed to watch how sausage gets made. But here’s
This could hurt Uber’s case. A judge has ruled that Uber can’t present a key argument in its defense against an Alphabet lawsuit. It’s a potential blow to the ride-hail company’s defense. Alphabet’s suit
As the fight between Benchmark and former CEO Travis Kalanick escalates, expect even more revelations and allegations (and trust no one). I never met a messy corporate memo that I did not love to publish.
Drivers have found a loophole in Uber’s fare calculations. Uber charges riders at the time of booking by guessing what a trip will cost. But it calculates driver pay based on actual miles and minutes.
After an unfortunate confluence of circumstances that led to her being out of work due to a long illness, Carleen Nicholson, 65, of Dover, N.H., found herself needing extra income. Then her son committed
Enjoy on-demand services while you can. Whether it’s getting a lift whenever you want or ordering pad thai from the comfort of your couch, the rise of the on-demand economy has made a lot of people’s more
How far would you go to figure out what the competition is up to? Test out their products and services to see how they work? Hire away their staff to learn their tricks? Monitor their job listings to insight
As a result of the #DeleteUber campaign, more than 200,000 people deleted their accounts from Uber. Many of those apparently flocked to Lyft, its main US competitor. According to Bloomberg, Lyft's bookings
When Rachel Whetstone left Google two years ago to replace David Plouffe, a former Barack Obama official, as policy and communications vice-president at Uber, it seemed like a promising Silicon Valley