San Francisco Rideshare Drivers Given Extension For Business PermitsUber and Lyft drivers in San Francisco who haven’t yet registered as businesses are getting a reprieve.
Man Robbed After Mistaking Suspect's Car For Taxi In San FranciscoA man was robbed in San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood early Wednesday morning after he got into a vehicle that he mistook for a taxi, police said.
GM, Lyft To Test Fleet Of Self-Driving Electric Taxis General Motors and Lyft are reportedly planning to start testing a fleet of self-driving taxis within the next year.
Taxi Driver Beaten By 2 Female Passengers In San FranciscoA San Francisco taxi driver is recovering after being beaten by two female passengers.
Slowdown: Taxi Drivers In Budapest Stage Anti-Uber ProtestHundreds of taxi drivers drove slowly on Budapest's main thoroughfares Tuesday morning to protest ride-hailing apps like Uber.
Gunman Fires At Taxi In Latest Interstate 80 ShootingAn occupied taxicab was shot at on Interstate Highway 80 in Richmond Sunday night, according to the California Highway Patrol.
Taxi Driver Accused Of DUI, Child Endangerment In Redwood CityA taxi driver who was allegedly driving recklessly on U.S. Highway 101 in Redwood City on Tuesday afternoon was arrested on suspicion of drunk driving and endangering a young child in his back seat.
Yellow Cab, San Francisco's Largest Taxi Fleet Expected To File For BankruptcySan Francisco’s largest taxi cab fleet is expected to file for bankruptcy later this month.
Taxi Drivers Protest At San Jose Airport, City Hall For Equal Regulations On Ride-Hailing ServicesHundreds of taxi drivers are not providing rides again at Mineta San Jose International Airport and have taken their strike citywide as part of a protest calling for equal regulations for ride-booking service drivers.
Cab Driver Beaten, Robbed In San Francisco For Honking His HornA cab driver is recovering after being beaten and robbed for honking his horn in San Francisco.
2 French Uber Execs Facing Prison For Alleged Fraud, Illegal PracticesUber execs Thiebaud Simphal and Pierre-Dimitry Gore-Coty face up to five years in prison and fines of $335,000 per charge over allegations of fraudulent commercial activity, operating an illegal taxi service, and maintaining illegal databases.
Uber CEO Heckled On Late Show With Stephen ColbertStephen Colbert's interview with Uber CEO Travis Kalanick Thursday night came with an unexpected twist -- a protester.

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