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Uber Lights Up Drivers' Windshields to Help Customers Find Their Rides

Rolling out in Seattle this month, the visual cue offers a basic but brilliant way to find an Uber.

Uber Competitor to Give Customers Up to $100 in Trip Credit for Surge Pricing

Gett, the ridesharing underdog, is going after its larger competitors in the war to win the prized New York City market.

Why Uber's Latest Move Could Be Good News for Your Business

The transportation technology giant today officially launched UberRUSH, an on-demand delivery service.

Can These Scooters Cut Down Commutes and Air Pollution?

An electric-charged plan to drive an eco-revolution in Asia.

American Airlines Grounds Flights Amid Tech Issues

The airline stopped flights heading to Dallas-Fort Worth, Chicago O'Hare and Miami.

Reuters

Luxury Bus Company Leap Declares Bankruptcy, Auctions Buses for $5

The San Francisco-based company used to serve fresh-pressed juice to commuters.

Biz Carson

Imagine If Our Highways Were Paved in Plastic

One startup in the Netherlands wants to make it a reality.

Jason Fell

Google Pilots Carpooling Program That Could Challenge Uber

Israel-based, Google-owned Waze announced a carpooling app RideWith.

Say Hello to 'Mr. Hyperloop'

A conversation with Dirk Ahlborn, CEO of Hyperloop Transportation Technologies.

Daniel Cooper

Elon Musk's SpaceX Plans Hyperloop Contest

A Hyperloop pod competition would follow up on Musk's a high-speed transit concept.

CNBC Staff