Drivers in more than a dozen cities plan to strike on Wednesday ahead of Uber's highly anticipated Wall Street debut.
Rideshare drivers are planning to strike and rally again — this time, ahead of Uber's impending IPO.
A New York State judge has denied and dismissed a Lyft lawsuit challenging the implementation of the first-of-its-kind minimum wage law in New York City.
As Uber readies to go public, it's warning investors about a safety report it plans to put out this year that could negatively impact its brand.
The parents of a slain University of South Carolina student say they're on a mission to try to prevent tragedies when ordering rideshares.
It's easy to take for granted just how much on-demand services have changed our lives, starting with ride-hailing companies such as Uber and Lyft.
As Lyft becomes a public company, there's one group of people that faces an uncertain future: its drivers.
As Lyft makes its debut as a publicly traded company, co-founders Logan Green and John Zimmer will be rich. But they won't be billionaires just yet.
1. Looking under Lyft's hood: Lyft appears to have beaten Uber in the race to become the first US ridesharing company to go public.
Right now, Lyft is thriving. In the last year, the company expanded its business into bikes, scooters and self-driving cars, and has grown to 4,500 employees. It's ridden a wave of user growth as some customers switched to the platform following a series of scandals at rival Uber. And it recently filed to go public in early 2019, a move that could raise billions of dollars.
Lyft launched a fleet of electric scooters in Denver on Thursday, stepping squarely into the rapidly growing scooter-sharing market so far dominated by the likes of Bird and Lime.
Uber has started to continuously monitor its U.S. drivers for new criminal offenses, a move intended to ensure passenger safety and peace of mind.
Uber is going to add the ability to find a scooter in its app, part of a $335 million round of funding for scooter startup Lime.
Didi Chuxing, China's biggest ride-hailing company, is headed Down Under as it escalates its global challenge to Uber.
Forget your sunscreen on the way to the beach? Your Uber ride could save you a trip to the drugstore.
Lawmakers are demanding answers from ridesharing companies about sexual violence on their platforms.
Uber competitor Lyft says it will no longer force victims of sexual assault into arbitration.
Didi Chuxing is suspending one of its carpooling services in China for a week following the murder of a female passenger.
Grab made headlines last month when it announced it was buying Uber's business in Southeast Asia, driving the ride-hailing giant out of several fast-growing markets such as Indonesia and Thailand.
Lyft is experimenting with a new subscription model as it tries to find more ways to end car ownership.
A souped-up kids' toy is turning into a hot transportation option for adults.
Former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick says the company he founded once had a "little brother" relationship with rival Google. But then this tech family had a falling out.
Uber says it paid hackers $100,000 after they stole data last year on 57 million of its users.