News and Articles About Ridesharing Apps
A recent study from ConsumerAffairs looks at the safety of Uber, Lyft and taxi cars in cities around the U.S.
The funding round valued the company at more than $25 billion.
The ride-hailing companies are seeking to resolve lawsuits by drivers who contend they should be deemed employees and therefore entitled to reimbursement for expenses, including gasoline and vehicle maintenance.
Researchers have correlated the rise of ridesharing services with a decline in fatal crashes and disorderly conduct on the roads.
Companies such as Ford and Toyota now recognize they may turn ride-hailing services and car sharing companies into steady customers for all sorts of vehicles.
BMW's move is the latest in a flurry of investments by automakers in technology industry startups that appear to be aimed at convincing consumers to do without owning their own cars, or driving vehicles as often.
There has been a wave of high-profile partnerships between carmakers and ride-sharing services.
The service launched almost four months ago.
The two companies spent more than $8 million to repeal a city ordinance, but voters said by a margin of 56 to 44 percent they wanted the fingerprint checks to stay.
Kira Wampler is the new chief marketing officer of the San Francisco ridesharing company Lyft. She is also a mother of two. Here's how she manages both roles.
Juniper Research compares the growth of two segments of the exploding sharing economy.
The commercial makes commuting look like Dante's 10th circle of Hell, replete with a wandering giraffe and zebra.
Two years ago, ride-hailing made up eight percent of business transportation.
Cabify is based in Spain but big in Latin America.
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