The ride-hailing company is losing a lot of money these days.
Uber and Lyft driver Casper Stockham slapped a campaign magnet on his car, and it started conversations. Multiple chats with voters later, he may never quit driving, even if he makes it to Washington.
Hyundai introduces on-demand test drives, and Tesla launches a two-year lease program.
It's a literal case of nickel-and-diming.
The ride-hailing service is already in hot water with the Taiwanese government as officials contemplate kicking it out of the country.
Judge calls the ride-hailing service's offer to settle driver misclassification lawsuit unfair, inadequate and unreasonable.
Uber riders in Pittsburgh may soon get a surprise when they request a ride.
Better yet, when you call for an Uber and a self-driving car shows up, your ride is free.
The ride-hailing company is taking legal action against UK regulators over plans to test drivers' English.
Uber says the level of English required to be a private hire driver in London will put "thousands" out of work.
Lyft and Starbucks team up to earn you money off a cappuccino when you get a cab.
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