rideshare

Uber has reportedly picked a new CEO to run the ride-sharing company. Dara Khosrowshahi is the former CEO of Expedia and is an outspoken critic of President Donald Trump.
Imagine that, rideshare companies working with the taxi industry to drive demand for the hundreds of wheelchair taxis required by Chicago's regulations.
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Here's how it currently works. Uber Technologies is a technology company that partners with people to drive their own private
Hundreds of thousands of drivers. Millions of users. Billions in VC funding. $51 billon valuations. After seeing the explosive
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“Convenience and ease are the primary reason people are so open to not trying, but permanently switching to ride-sharing
The benefits of the sharing economy are numerous, but they stem from the fact that these business models have evolved past a traditional middleman, meaning services and goods cost less for consumers, and providers can keep more profits.
Before this, the only thing I've ever really felt done well is be a mom. This job allows me to support our family and still do that.
Just when I thought cooler heads had prevailed, all hell has broken loose in California's rideshare economy. Regulators gave the thumbs-up to companies like Uber, Lyft and Sidecar with one hand, and then used the other to layer on new rules.
Last month, Mayor Rahm Emanuel introduced a Chicago ordinance that magically created a new category of "transportation network provider," in order to legalize UberX's previously illegal taxi services.
I love getting into strange people's cars almost as much as I love having strange people get into my car. It sounds crazy, and maybe I'm too trusting, but what I do know is that I have done rideshare approximately one billion times, and have never had a bad experience.
New rideshare services match commuters using Facebook, text messaging, GPS, and iPhone 3G. What's next?