Self-Driving Truck Makes 120-Mile Beer Run With 50,000 Cans Of BudweiserAnheuser-Busch completed the world's first commercial shipment by self-driving truck delivering more than 50,000 cans of Budweiser beer.
Uber Driver Arrested For Assaulting Mountain View Police Parking AssistantPolice in Mountain View arrested an Uber driver who backed into a police parking assistant during a confrontation Thursday night, according to authorities.
Ruling Lets UberX, Lyft Stay On Philly Streets, For NowAn appeals court judge is allowing UberX and Lyft to resume operating in Philadelphia, suspending an order from another court a day earlier.
Philadelphia Judge Orders Uber And Lyft To Cease Operations In CityA Philadelphia judge has ordered ride-hailing services Uber and Lyft to cease operations in the city.
Uber Takes Aim At Trucking IndustryFirst it was the taxi business, and now it appears that Uber is setting its sights on the trucking industry.
California To Require Background Checks For Uber, Lyft DriversCalifornia will require Uber and Lyft to conduct background checks on all drivers and lay off certain criminals beginning in 2017.
Uber Educating Drivers On Sharing Road With CyclistsUber is giving its San Francisco drivers special training on how to share the streets with cyclists.
SF-Based Lyft Says Majority Of Its Rides Will Be In Self-Driving Cars By 2021Within five years, a majority of ride-hailing company Lyft's rides will be in self-driving cars, the company's co-founder and president predicted on Sunday.
Uber Self-Driving Cars Begin Passenger Pickup TestUber riders in Pittsburgh can get a glimpse of the future by summoning a car capable of handling most of the tasks of driving on its own.
Teacher Moonlights As Uber Driver To Afford Expensive Bay Area LivingOn nights and weekends, some Bay Area teachers are working as Uber drivers.
Uber Drivers Must Resolve Claims Without Class Action Lawsuits, Court RulesA federal appeals court ruled that most claims by Uber drivers against the ride-booking company must be resolved in arbitration.
Uber's Contract Workers Lose Court Bid To Be Classified As EmployeesUber’s contract workers must resolve their differences through individual actions, rather than as a group, a court ruled Wednesday.

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