Facing new laws and legal challenges, Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi wrote in the New York Times that Uber would create a benefits fund to preserve drivers' status as 'independent contractors'—but only with a law that forces other companies to do the same.
In the middle of an uprising, Chicago hopes you’ll choose Uber for your transportation needs.
Users have created an entire genre of videos designed to scare away would-be harassers and help vulnerable people navigate dodgy situations.
Uber and Lyft's response to pay floor regulations was an algorithmic quota system that has become a dystopic rat race.
Uber says it’s committed to improving safety and working conditions. So why is it firing French drivers calling attention to both?
“Capitalism has gone too far. The gig economy is killing people.”
London, U.K. transportation authorities have decided not to renew Uber's license, citing thousands of instances where riders were put at risk.
A cautionary tale: Juno had tens of millions in investor subsidies, while everyone else had billions.
A Brooklyn musician’s assault by a Lyft driver raises questions of how closely the company follows regulations.
Four years have passed since an antitrust lawsuit was first filed against Uber. It still has the potential to disrupt the company’s business model.
To skirt around paying drivers a livable minimum wage, Uber and Lyft will block drivers’ access to the app.