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Austin Voters Spoke, Now Uber & the State Need to Respect Their Will
Nikki Fortunato Bas
Executive Director, Partnership for Working Families
If Uber and Lyft choose to take their fight to the state level against basic local safety standards, the results may undermine the will of the voters and would certainly demonstrate a disregard for local democracy.
CULTURE & ARTS
The Purple Reign
My feet were in such pain by the time I got home, from standing in those high, high heels, but I had been selected as an extra, and for several days I got to watch Prince perform all of those songs he played in the movie
Ask an International Etiquette Expert: Uber Passenger Etiquette
International Protocol Expert, Best Selling Author, Cross-Cult...
7. Assess the luggage scenario: Most drivers assist with baggage. I appreciate a driver who loads mine in the trunk; however
2015: The Year The Rideshare Industry Crushed The Taxi [Infographic]
Syed Irfan Ajmal
Serial Entrepreneur, Author, International Keynote Speaker, Di...
Hundreds of thousands of drivers. Millions of users. Billions in VC funding. $51 billon valuations. After seeing the explosive
Uber Driver's Rape Sentencing Is Just The Latest Controversy For Company
Alejandro Done will serve up to 12 years in prison for raping a young female passenger.
Autonomous Vehicles Will Replace Taxi Drivers, But That's Just the Beginning
Cannabis consultant & civil liberties activist
Robots taking human jobs means that those humans can spend their time doing higher-valued work that will drive even more progress, which is especially good news for less-desirable professions like long-haul trucking, which is actually facing a worsening shortage of workers.
THE WORLD POST
What's Behind Europe's Taxi Revolt Against Uber?
Professor of Economics at Scuola nazionale dell’Amminist...
ROME -- The contrast between Europe's resistance to Uber and America's warmer reception for the ride-sharing service highlights once again how European regulatory structures, in principle designed to protect consumers, end up protecting entrenched suppliers and stifling innovation.
What Does It Take To Earn $90,000 As An Uber Driver?
If you want to pull down close to $90,000 a year as an Uber driver, you'll need to spend most of your waking hours behind the wheel working.
Uber Driver Takes Passengers On Terrifying Car Chase
Uber confirmed the incident happened and said the driver's account has since been deactivated, the Post reports. Simonetti
Now Your Dreams Of Riding In Optimus Prime Can Be A Reality
Some people prefer to roll up to a party in an expensive sports car or limousine; others prefer to show up in a Transformer
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Uber To Travelers Complaining About Pricing: Like It Or Leave It
By Reuters, Reuters
Uber recently won a state court victory in Massachusetts, where the city of Cambridge unsuccessfully sued to try to overturn
Uber Threatens To Cut D.C. Service: CEO Says Regulations To Push On-Demand Taxi Service Out
In a statement to the Washington Post, Linton says that there is "nothing in the proposed Modern Taximeter System regulations
Uber Lawsuit: Popular On-Demand Limo App Hit With Lawsuit From Cab Drivers
Earlier this month, after Uber started offering the ability to call regular cabs in addition to town cars in Chicago, a coalition
Chicago Uber Taxi Pilot Program Could Offer Low-Cost Rides On Demand
Smart phone app-based car service Uber is launching an experimental program in Chicago that adds taxis to the lineup, in
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