Uber Cuts Another 3,000 Jobs As Coronavirus Slashes Payroll By 25%Uber has cut 3,000 jobs from its workforce, its second major wave of layoffs in two weeks as the coronavirus slashed demand for rides.
Coronavirus Update: Uber Requiring Drivers Take Selfies To Verify Mask ComplianceThe experience of taking an Uber is about to change.
Uber Reportedly Offers To Acquire GrubhubGrubhub stock soared more than 25% on Tuesday after reports that San Francisco-based Uber has made an offer to buy the meal delivery company.
Uber Loses $2.9 Billion In 1Q, Offloads Bike And Scooter BusinessUber lost $2.9 billion in the first quarter as its overseas investments were hammered by the coronavirus pandemic.
Uber To Lay Off 3,700 Workers, CEO To Waive Salary Amid Coronavirus PandemicUber is cutting 3,700 full-time workers and its CEO will give up his base salary with the nation largely still in lockdown.
San Francisco Joins Lawsuit Against Ride-Hailing App Companies Uber And LyftCity Attorney Dennis Herrera on Tuesday announced San Francisco would be joining the state and other cities in suing Uber and Lyft over the misclassification of their drivers as independent contractors.
Coronavirus Update: Uber Set To Require Face Coverings For Drivers, Riders NationwideUber plans to require drivers and riders to wear face masks or face coverings when using the platform in certain countries, including the United States.
Uber Updating Coronavirus Pay Policy, Includes Some Drivers With Preexisting ConditionsUber is addressing some mistakes it made when originally setting up its financial assistance program for its drivers and delivery workers impacted by coronavirus.
Coronavirus Update: Taxi Drivers Call On SFMTA For Relief During Massive Drop In BusinessTaxi drivers in San Francisco on Thursday asked the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency for relief as they say they're facing a dramatic decline in business, despite being an essential service.
Anthony Levandowski Agrees To Plead Guilty In Google-Uber Self-Driving Tech Trade Secrets CaseFormer Google self-driving program executive Anthony Scott Levandowski has submitted documents requesting that a federal judge accept his guilty plea to theft of trade secrets charges, prosecutors announced Thursday.
Uber Suspends Pool Rides, Urges 'Travel Only When Necessary' To Curb Coronavirus SpreadThe UberPool option, which offers riders a lower price by allowing them to share the car with other passengers heading in the same direction, is now unavailable when users open the app.