News and Articles About Sharing Economy
In a recent survey, Pew Research Center determined who used services such as Uber, Craigslist and Airbnb most frequently.
A recent study from ConsumerAffairs looks at the safety of Uber, Lyft and taxi cars in cities around the U.S.
Sharing is caring, as long as you're practical about it.
Researchers have correlated the rise of ridesharing services with a decline in fatal crashes and disorderly conduct on the roads.
The service launched almost four months ago.
There will be almost 4 million independent contract workers in the U.S. by 2020, according to research from MBO Partners.
Juniper Research compares the growth of two segments of the exploding sharing economy.
Everyone except the lawyers, that is.
Uber spokesman Jason Post said the San Francisco-based company was 'shocked' by the fine, which is more than 45 times higher than the $250,000 that Lyft paid in a similar case.
Money-starved millennials are the star consumers of the sharing economy today. But what happens once they have money of their own?
The AOL cofounder explains what's coming in the third wave of the internet.
Closing a Business
The company, founded in 2014, said on Thursday that would cease operations this week after failing to raise more funding to support itself.
Automakers are trying to appeal to younger consumers in major global cities who are less likely to buy a car.
Entrepreneurs have been fueled by an explosive enthusiasm for Uber-of-X on-demand services in recent years.