News and Articles About Ridesharing Apps
Ridesharing company Skedaddle will bring thousands to Washington, D.C., for the Women's March on Washington.
The FTC settlement is the latest in a string of enforcement actions against the ride-hailing startup.
Because they can't assign shifts to workers, ride-hailing companies use a variety of incentives to lure out their contract workers.
If you do it in a smart, strategic way, you can save a lot of money.
'Ride hailing is nothing more than manual autonomous driving,' Tony Douglas, Head of Strategy for BMW's mobility services said. 'Once you dispense with the driver you have a license to print money.'
The ridesharing service is shaving off its iconic pink mustache.
Have you ever wondered why your ride cost more than you thought it should?
Waze Rider is a low-cost alternative to the casual carpool.
The latest way ridesharing is shaping business.
Since its launch in 2012, the company has expanded into motorbike hailing, carpooling and delivery.
Uber is now 'working with the state' on regulatory issues, according to an exec.
There's room for other players even if Uber is dominant.
Watch Avi Wilensky, the founder of Up Hail, a web-based platform that finds and compares ground transportation services, pitch his idea to Entrepreneur.com's editorial director.
Uber won't dominate the Chinese market but it keeps a significant share in the biggest ride-hailing app in the world's largest market.