Ridesharing Apps

General Motors

GM Expands Car-Sharing Service to Boston, Chicago, Washington

The service launched almost four months ago.
Ridesharing Apps

Uber, Lyft Spend Big, Lose Big in Texas Vote on Driver Fingerprinting

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.
Work-Life Balance

Secrets to Being Both an Executive and a Mom

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.
Sharing Economy

Sharing Economy Showdown: The Airbnbs of the World Will Be Bigger Than the Ubers by 2019, Report Says

Juniper Research compares the growth of two segments of the exploding sharing economy.
Lyft

Lyft's First National TV Ad Makes a Statement About Ridesharing. It Also Reminds Us TV Still Matters.

The commercial makes commuting look like Dante's 10th circle of Hell, replete with a wandering giraffe and zebra.
Business Travel

Business Traverlers' Appetite for Uber And Lyft Continues to Grow

Two years ago, ride-hailing made up eight percent of business transportation.
Ridesharing Apps

This Promising Uber Rival Just Raised $120 Million

Cabify is based in Spain but big in Latin America.
Closing a Business

'Uber For Kids' Is Shutting Down After Failing to Get More Funding

The company, founded in 2014, said on Thursday that would cease operations this week after failing to raise more funding to support itself.
Ridesharing Apps

Is the 'Uber for Women' Startup a Lawsuit Waiting to Happen?

Chariot will only employ women as drivers, while only women and children under 13 can request rides.
Ridesharing Apps

Meet the Secretive Startup Trying to Steal Uber's Top Drivers

'Juno drivers are basically the best drivers that Uber and Lyft have,' CEO claims.
On-Demand

What This On-Demand Startup CEO Thinks the Sector Should Really Be Called

Handy's Oisin Hanrahan says the conversation about the new economy needs to change.
Lyft

Lyft Drivers Would Be Owed Millions in Expense Reimbursements as Employees, Court Documents Show

This is the latest development in the fight for drivers of ridesharing apps to be classified as employees rather than independent contractors.
General Motors

For 100 Years, General Motors Was All About Cars. Now, It's All About People.

The big three Detroit auto maker is broadening its mission, which means the brand has to tell a new story.
Transportation

Uber and Lyft Will Collaborate With Public Transportation So You Don't Have to Own a Car

Ridesourcing companies are planning to be an extension of your local subway and bus route.
Sharing Economy

Alcohol Drives Use of Uber and Lyft

Meanwhile, the ridesourcing technology platforms are the least used sort of shared mobility transportation on weekdays.

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