ride-sharing

Car Ownership To Dwindle As Ride-Sharing App Use Increase

Own A Car Or Use An App? 1 In 3 People Find Ride-Sharing Services More Practical, Survey Says

With consumers' increasing penchant for connectivity and mobility, automakers are looking at changing their business model. more

U.S. Skies and Roads Busy Ahead Of Memorial Day Weekend

AAA Launches Own Car-Sharing Service Called Gig

AAA is launching its own ride-sharing application. more

Uber Reportedly Loses Over $1 Billion In First Half Of 2016

Uber Lost $1.2 Billion In First Half Of 2016, Ride Sharing Company Seeks Solution

Bad news for all Uber users and fanatics. The financial stats are in and Uber lost a huge $1.2 billion in the first half of 2016. This announcement was confirmed by the head of finance, Gautam Gupta. more

Volkswagen Continues To Struggle With Emissions Cheating Consequences

Volkswagen Invests In Uber's Main Rival Gett, Pumps $300M For New Deal

Volkswagen has struck a new deal. It is with Germany's Gett. more

Toyota Forecasts Its First Operating Loss in 71 Years

Toyota, Uber Signed A Deal; Now Allies In Ride-Sharing Business

Toyota and Uber are now partners and are alliances in the ride-sharing business. more

Buick And Mercedes Benz Reveal New Models Ahead Of N. American Int'l Auto Show

Turo Extends AirBnb Of Cars Rentals In Canadian Market

A new ride-sharing service in Canada is helping expand its challenged economy. more

One Third Of San Francisco Cabbies Switch To Ridesharing Services

Ride Sharing Startups As Uber Or Lyft Could Boost Vehicle Sales

Despite fears that automakers will sell fewer vehicles, market analysts expect that ride sharing could actually boost auto sales. more

Uber

Uber Ceases All Kansas Operations Over New Transportation Bill

Uber's legal issues continued on Wednesday, as the ride-sharing company decided to cease its services in Kansas following a bill that makes it difficult to operate in the state. more

Uber

Uber Hires Former Facebook Chief Security Officer Joe Sullivan

Uber Technologies has decided to hire Facebook’s Chief Security Officer Joe Sullivan to handle how the ride-sharing app charges passengers and ensures their safety during rides. more

Uber

UN Women Ends Partnership With Uber to Create Jobs

The United Nations will no longer partner with Uber to create 1 million jobs for women as drivers by 2020 over pressure from labor union and non-government organizations. more

Uber

Ride-Sharing Coverage on the Rise

Uber drivers who are operating under personal car insurance could have their claims denied after an accident. more

Uber

Ride-Sharing Reduces DUI Incidents?

Uber has partnered with MADD for a new study showing that ride-sharing services may help stop potential drunk drivers. more

Uber

Uber Executive Rescinds Comments

Uber's senior vice president for business reportedly detailed a plan to investigate journalists' families and their personal lives at a recent event. more

Gett

Gett Says It Pays Drivers 'Twice as Much'

Gett has upped its pay rate to $0.70 per minute. more

Sidecar

Even California Is Going after Ride-Sharing

The ride-sharing services are receiving opposition in their own home state. more

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