Uber Loses London License Again But Can Keep Driving For NowUber has just suffered a significant setback in one of its biggest markets.
SFO Expands Curbside Uber Pickup For Holiday Travel SeasonSFO is implementing the two-month pilot program just in time for the holiday season travel rush.
Uber Lays Off 350 In Eats, Autonomous Vehicles In Latest Round Of Job CutsUber is laying off 350 employees from its food delivery, autonomous vehicles, safety, insurance and other teams.
Newsom Signs Bill Offering Protections For Uber, Lyft Drivers, Gig Economy WorkersGov. Gavin Newsom has signed sweeping legislation aimed at giving wage and benefit protections to rideshare drivers and workers in other industries.
Lyft Hit By Five More Lawsuits Over Alleged Sexual Assaults, RapesLyft was hit with five more lawsuits on Tuesday by women who allege they were sexually assaulted or raped by drivers on its platform.
Uber Posts $5.24 Billion Loss In 2nd Quarter After Stock PayoutsUber lost $5.24 billion in the second quarter — its largest quarterly loss ever — after making huge stock-based payouts in the months following its initial public offering.
Lyft Posts Q2 Losses Despite Revenue Growth, Improves OutlookLyft continued to bleed money in its second quarter but says it expects to stem some of those losses, raising its outlook for 2019.
Uber Lays Off 400 People On Its Marketing Team: 'We Need To Get Our Edge Back'Uber is laying off roughly one-third of its global marketing staff.
Rideshare Drivers Protest At Uber Headquarters, Demand Better Working ConditionsUber and Lyft drivers chanted and cheered outside the Uber headquarters building in San Francisco on Friday as they delivered a letter demanding negotiations for better working conditions.
More Legroom, Less Conversation For Uber Riders Who Pay ExtraUber is letting passengers tell their driver in advance that they'd like a little less conversation, and more legroom, if they're willing to pay.
Uber Lost More Than $1 Billion In First QuarterUber said Thursday it lost more than $1 billion in the first three months of 2019.