You can't, you won't, please don't.
In the middle of an uprising, Chicago hopes you’ll choose Uber for your transportation needs.
Uber and Lyft's response to pay floor regulations was an algorithmic quota system that has become a dystopic rat race.
“They just have the hand sanitizer in the port-a-potties, but they’re out most of the time.”
A Reuters analysis of ride-hail data in Chicago shows that rising fares for shared rides, which were most often booked in low-income neighborhoods, resulted in lower ridership.
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.
To skirt around paying drivers a livable minimum wage, Uber and Lyft will block drivers’ access to the app.