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The company says the cuts will affect all teams.
A brief from the Federal Trade Commission lays out new enforcement priorities to protect gig workers from abuse.
In today's top stories, Uber and Lyft no longer require masks in rides, Amazon must restore an employee terminated after protesting pandemic working conditions and Instagram makes product tags available to everyone.
There are more than 100,000 Alexa skills available. Here's the top 50.
Android in the car shifts into high gear at CES 2022 with new apps like Lyft for Android Auto and deeper integration for cars powered by Android Automotive OS.
This is what you need to know about getting a free ride to your shot appointment, including who the program covers.
According to new research, the average ride hailing trip's cost is up 92%.
An Oscar Mayer Wienermobile will pick up Lyft XL customers in certain cities. It will be a trip to relish.
In today's top stories, Facebook decides not to publicize a report about its most-viewed content, Uber and Lyft's Proposition 22 is ruled unconstitutional and Pfizer could get FDA approval this week.
The measure classifies gig workers as contractors rather than employees.
The first autonomous cars ready for ride hailing will hit the road in Miami by the end of this year.
Customers in select cities will again be able to share the cost of a trip for a vehicle going the same direction, but masks are required.