The ride-for-hire service's move into New York City has been put on hold. But the company says a restraining order wasn't the reason.
The claws are out at the two popular on-demand car service startups as more allegations of canceled rides surface.
Lyft claims Uber is trying to lure away its drivers by ordering and then canceling thousands of rides.
Ride-sharing apps have gone to the next level by including the ability to catch a ride with another passenger on your route for a discounted price. Lyft thinks its service can lead the way.
App analytics company App Annie tracks the popularity of travel and transportation apps for the first time.
Lyft finally rolls out in New York City boroughs, but with commercially licensed drivers behind the wheel, not ordinary people.
The city council lifts several restrictions and gives the green light to on-demand car service apps.
NYC Taxi and Limousine Commission warns drivers and passengers that the ride-for-hire service is not authorized in the city.
Going head to head with Uber, the ride-sharing service brings its pink mustache to Brooklyn and Queens.
Two Pennsylvania judges slap the ride-for-hire apps with cease and desist orders just before the 4th of July holiday weekend.