SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — The California Trucking Association on Tuesday filed what appears to be the first lawsuit challenging a sweeping new labor law that seeks to give wage and benefit protections
I'm a driver for Uber and Lyft — here's exactly how much I make in one week on the job - Business Insider
About a year ago, when I first thought about signing up to become an Uber and Lyft driver, it seemed like the job was just too good to be true — a flexible job where you can make money and work whenever
Uber and Lyft have plenty of problems between them--not the least of which is that neither company seems to be able to make money. That's ironic, especially in light of the fact that an investigative from
There are more electric scooters than people in Pacific Beach, a crowded neighborhood in San Diego known for its bars, surf, attractive college students, and increasingly unaffordable rent. Scooters from
A trio of executives from Uber and Lyft wrote an op-ed in the San Francisco Chronicle last week responding to years of pleas from their drivers for a fairer shake. The bosses — Uber's CEO and Lyft's founders
COTATI, Calif. — Uber’s public stock offering next month will make a bunch of people remarkably rich. Peter Ashlock is not one of them, although he has toiled for the ride-hailing company almost since
The ride hailing service Uber made public details about its fast-growing and massively loss-making business on Thursday, as it gets ready to become a public company and warned it may never “achieve profitability”.
How Lyft used laser-sharp focus to beat the odds and emerge from Uber's shadow. Competition was heating up between Uber and Lyft, two companies with similar visions: Use the rapidly emerging gig economy
You’re likely to get hit with a lot of questions: How come you reported less on your tax returns than what you’re claiming as your income on your loan application? You may also get charged more in fees,
[What you need to know to start the day: Get New York Today in your inbox.] From the outside, there was nothing especially notable about the small white building on the corner of a cobblestone street TriBeCa.
[What you need to know to start the day: Get New York Today in your inbox.] Over the years, tenants of a red brick residence in the Kips Bay neighborhood of Manhattan had begun noticing a growing number
[What you need to know to start the day: Get New York Today in your inbox.] A federal judge on Thursday blocked a recent New York City law intended to crack down on Airbnb and other online home-sharing