From California to New York, local laws add to the cost of your Uber ride.
The victims have had their lives "irrevocably altered by the assailants driving for LYFT,” a lawsuit against the ride-hailing app asserted.
The legislation, which seeks to categorize many independent contractors as employees with more benefits, could upend the ride-hailing company’s business.
Uber called the methodology and findings of the working paper "deeply flawed."
I'm Fred Raillard, Creative CEO, Co-founder and Creative Chief Officer with Farid Mokart of FRED & FARID, an independent
Uber blames it on human error and suspends the driver. State demands tests stop.
Uber will appeal the decision.
Are things about to get ugly in the ride-hailing business?
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Are investors in for a bumpy ride?