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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.

Alcohol Drives Use of Uber and Lyft

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

The Sharing Economy Is Offering to Fill to Your Tech Support Needs

A growing number of companies are offering just-in-time tech support for companies that can't afford full time techies but need help quickly.

John Boitnott

Transportation 'Supersharers' Are Also Supersavers

These individuals use an ecosystem of buses, trains, Uber, Lyft, bikesharing and Zipcar to get where they need to go.

Ready to 'Rent' Out Your Life Via the Sharing Economy?

Here are five questions people commonly ask before diving in.

Andrea Murad

The Sharing Economy Is Absolutely Blowing Up in China

Its value is estimated to be almost $300 billion, according to data recently released by a government agency.

4 Tips to Increase Your Bookings on Airbnb

Turning your home into a bed and breakfast is a tougher side gig than you might think.

Carly Okyle

Is the Sharing Economy High Over?

A slate of startup closures could signal that the hangover has finally arrived.

Carpooling Startup Tripda Runs Out of Gas, to Shut Down

The transportation technology company says that its 'operating costs became too high.'

Why Uber Makes Us Uneasy

Violence and robberies occur in cabs, too, but the personal aspect of the sharing economy makes these occurrences even more unsettling when Uber drivers are involved.

Laura Entis

8 Companies Shaping the Future of the Booming Online Work Economy

The sharing economy opens up opportunities for workers to work for themselves full time or make extra money on the side.

Cynthia Johnson

Expect Great Things From These 9 Tech Startups in 2016

These are the rising startup stars that pack the potential for a breakout year.