Uber Will Offer 10 Million Free Rides to COVID-19 Vaccination SitesSan Francisco-based Uber announced on Friday that it will offer 10 million free or discounted rides to people who need to get to a COVID-19 vaccination site to get their shots.
California Regulators Fine Uber Over $59 Million For Not Providing Info On Sexual AssaultsThe ride-hailing app company Uber has been fined more than $59 million by California regulators for failing to provide information regarding sexual assaults and harassment incidents detailed in an internal report last year.
San Francisco Picked to Be Test Site for GM’s Driverless Taxi ServiceSan Francisco will act as the testing ground for General Motors' self-driving car company, Cruise, who plans to launch a driverless taxi service to compete with rideshare companies like Uber and Lyft.
Santa Clara County Supervisors Seek Caps On Food Delivery Service FeesMembers of the Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors are seeking a cap on fees charged by third-party food delivery services, saying excessive charges are hurting restaurants during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Court Of Appeals Panel Rules In Favor Of San Francisco Taxi Drivers Who Bought Medallions After 2010Drivers who paid $250,000 apiece to buy taxi medallions to operate in the city of San Francisco will continue to get priority over other taxis servicing the San Francisco International Airport after a panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit affirmed a favorable ruling Monday.
Despite Leaning Left, California Voters Reject Split Roll, Affirmative Action Measures; Back Prop. 22While Joe Biden is leading President Donald Trump by a 2-to-1 margin in California, results of several state ballot measures arguably show how some more conservative ideas are being supported by California voters.
Uber's Food Delivery Business Outshines Core Rides Service In 3rd QuarterUber's food delivery business brought in more money during the third quarter than its signature rides business.
Uber, Lyft-Backed State Ballot Measure Passes; Gig Economy Business Model Remains Intact; Drivers Independent ContractorsThere was much celebrating at the San Francisco Bay Area headquarters of ride share giants Uber and Lyft early Wednesday as a ballot measure they bankrolled to the tune of $200 million was approved by California voters, leaving their gig economy business model in place and their drivers independent contractors.
Prop 22: Big Money Campaign Keeps Gig Workers Classified As Independent ContractorsUber, Lyft and other app-based ride-hailing and delivery services have prevailed in their expensive gamble to keep drivers classified as independent contractors.
California Ballot Propositions: Voters Decide Employment Fate Of Gig Economy App-Based DriversElection Day dawned Tuesday at the San Francisco Bay Area headquarters of ride-share giants Uber and Lyft with the fate of their business models in the hands of California voters.
Prop. 22: Poll Finds Voters Closely Divided Over Measure Backed By Uber, LyftWith a week before Election Day, a new poll finds California voters are split over Prop. 22, a ballot measure backed by Uber and Lyft.