Ride-sharing is rapidly edging out taxis in major cities, and here's everything you should know about these apps that are shaking up transportation.
In New York City or San Francisco and need to perk up your office meeting or Halloween party on Friday? Order a free zombie to un-liven your event courtesy of Lyft.
Ride-hailing services have been working to get their cars on Nevada's streets for more than a year.
You won't be able to travel to the past or future, but if you're in New York City on Wednesday, maybe you can catch a free ride in a "Back to the Future"-style DeLorean.
The ride-hailing company aims to lure more drivers by giving discounts on gas and car rentals.
Uber may have some competition in China from its US rival as Lyft links up with Didi Kuaidi to let travelers use their apps interchangeably.
The Federal Communications Commission learns the ride-hailing company's terms of service said users could opt out of marketing messages but that no such option existed.
Ride-hailing company agrees to settle with local lawmakers after it was accused of illegally operating in the state.
The new investment could help Lyft better compete with bigger rival Uber in the race to grab people seeking an alternative to traditional taxi service.
The ride-sevice underdog hopes for competitive advantage against Uber in a deal with nation's largest mobile phone carrier.