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The End of a Dream: Uber Sells Its Autonomous Car and Flying Taxi Division
The private transport platform prefers to focus on the businesses that are paying off: passenger transport and food delivery.
Uber Completes Its $2.65 Billion Purchase of Postmates
The all-stock deal will see Postmates' apps and branding live on.
California Votes to Strip Employee Protections From Uber and Lyft Drivers
Proposition 22 was voted in by a wide 58 to 42 percent margin.
´DiDi Mujer´ Is the New Function for Female Drivers to Connect Exclusively With Female Passengers
The mobility platform provides the option for drivers to choose to give their service only to female users.
Kavak and Uber Join Forces to Offer Pre-Owned Cars to Drivers in Mexico and Latin America
Driver members will be able to buy a car with a zero percent down payment.
Facebook, Uber, and Dating Sites Top List of Companies Collecting Your Personal Data
Beyond tracking your viewing habits, purchases, and even location, companies are gathering all the stats they legally can, right down to your height, weight, hobbies, and pets.
Uber will ask you for a selfie to confirm that you wear a mask
The mobility company has already made 28 million confirmations of the use of face masks for driver partners in Latin America.
California Wins Injunction Against Uber and Lyft, Classifying Drivers as Contractors
The state is suing to make them comply with AB5.
Uber Acquires Food Delivery Service Postmates for $2.65 Billion
Uber hopes the to-go trend continues as restaurants and bars reopen across the country.
Uber, Lyft Drivers Are Employees, According to California Regulator
They must ensure that their services comply with the state's new gig-worker law.
What Does the Crisis Mean for the Sharing Economy?
If the sharing economy cannot deal with its fundamental vulnerabilities in a moment of crisis, it could spell the end of its meteoric rise as a business model.