Ride Sharing

10 Leadership Lessons from Waze CEO Noam Bardin

What he's learned in the more than 10 years he's spent building Waze.

Jason Nazar

Uber, Lyft Suspend Shared Rides Option to Prevent Coronavirus Spread

Both companies have decided to hit pause on offering a carpooling option to prevent the spread of the coronavirus among passengers.

Michael Kan

5 Things Your Carpool Giver Wants You To Know

Inculcating these habits will make sure you are a fun carpool passenger

K.N.M. Rao

'Uber Pet' Will Let Drivers Know Your Furry Friend Is Coming Too

Now, you can give your driver a heads up you will be bringing a pet along.

Kris Holt

What's Driving Grab and Gojek's Superapp Success

Ridehailing companies, most of which are loss-making, are looking beyond just passenger mobility to boost their profit margins. And consumers are lapping it up.

Uber Copter's $200 Flights Launch in NYC on July 9th

For now, flights run from Lower Manhattan to Kennedy Airport.

Richard Lawler

Uber Will Deactivate Riders With Low Ratings

The company says holding both riders and drivers accountable is the right thing to do.

Christine Fisher

Avoid Chatty Drivers With Uber Black 'Quiet Mode'

If you use Uber, but don't want to have a conversation with your driver, you can request a quiet drive.

Matthew Humphries

Uber Is Going Public at a $75.5 Billion Valuation. Here's How That Stacks Up.

Uber's valuation is approaching the level of General Motors and Ford combined, but still has a long way to go to catch Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos' net worth.

Arjun Reddy

Uber Drivers Are Sleeping in Their Cars to Make Enough Money. Now, They're Going on Strike.

The strikes come ahead of Uber's initial public offering, which one union leader said promised to be an 'orgy of greed.'