Lyft has spent years battling Uber in the ride-hailing market. Now, it's taking on Hertz and Avis, too.
Uber released its highly-anticipated safety report on Thursday revealing, among other details, that it received 5,981 reports of sexual assault in 2017 and 2018.
Nintendo is teaming up with Tencent to launch its popular Switch console in China, but it may have a tough time winning over gamers more used to playing on their mobiles.
Electric scooter enthusiasts in Nashville, San Antonio and Columbus, Ohio, will have one less brand to ride starting next week.
Uber, Lyft and DoorDash have taken the first big step in their $90 million campaign to fight legislation that could make it more difficult for the companies to classify their drivers as contract workers.
Lyft announced a new initiative that will give riders free or discounted rides to job interviews and during the first three weeks of employment.
The California state senate passed legislation late Tuesday that could transition tens of thousands of ride-share drivers from independent contractors into full-time employees.
As it faces fresh concerns over sexual assaults by its drivers, Lyft issued an update on its safety features.
Fourteen women are suing Lyft over allegedly mishandling their sexual assault, sexual misconduct and rape complaints against drivers that occurred while using its service, bringing renewed attention to the issue of safety in the ride-hail industry.
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Even by Uber's standards, the company burned through a staggering amount of money in its most recent quarter.
For a few minutes on Wednesday, it looked like Lyft had finally won over investors thanks to a better-than-expected earnings report. Then the ride-hailing company made an unwelcome announcement.
One year ago, New York became the first city in the United States to temporarily cap the number of ride-sharing vehicles in order to study the impact of the ride-sharing industry. Now, it is extending that cap for another 12 months.
A 71-year-old man working for the rideshare service Lyft was fatally shot, police say, while driving in Phoenix on Sunday -- his 52nd wedding anniversary.
A man suspected of killing missing Utah college student Mackenzie Lueck is expected to be charged with aggravated murder, authorities said Friday.
Investigators found "multiple items of evidence" while searching a Salt Lake City home in connection with the disappearance of missing college student Mackenzie Lueck, according to police.
A University of Utah senior missing for more than a week was last seen at a park where she met someone in a car, Salt Lake City police said.
June is LGBT Pride month, and as part of its observance, ride-share company Lyft has announced a new feature which lets passengers specify their preferred pronouns.
Update the ol' Uber app because beginning May 27, for an extremely limited time, riders in select Queensland, Australia, cities will be able to request a ride out to the Great Barrier Reef.
Where does an alleged war criminal accused of torture and directing mass executions look for work while living in the United States? For Yusuf Abdi Ali, there was an easy answer: Uber and Lyft.
The University of South Carolina on Saturday presented a posthumous degree to the parents of Samantha Josephson, a USC student who was found dead after getting into a car she thought was her rideshare.
For nearly two years, Uber raced to rebuild its executive bench, overhaul its internal culture and repair its tarnished brand after suffering a long list of PR crises, all with the stated intention of being ready to go public in 2019.
The most hyped IPO of the year turned out to be smaller than some expected.
Lyft said Tuesday it lost $1.14 billion in the first three months of the year, primarily due to stock-based compensation and other expenses connected to its initial public offering.