In the lead-up to the holidays, as many people put up their final out-of-office replies for the year, workers at grocery-delivery startup Instacart are fighting for their livelihoods.
In a year when the Dow Jones Industrial Average has risen almost 20%, shattering one record after another, some newly public companies have been left in the cold.
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.
Uber has just suffered a significant setback in one of its biggest markets.
As Uber faces continued pressure over safety issues, the ride-hailing company is set to test a controversial new safety feature that will allow riders and drivers to record audio during a trip within its app.
A federal investigation into a fatal crash involving an Uber self-driving car concluded the probable cause was a safety driver distracted by their phone. The National Transportation Safety Board investigation also determined that an inadequate safety culture at Uber contributed to the March 2018 crash in Tempe, Arizona.
Shares in SoftBank fell as much as 4% in Tokyo on Thursday after the company reported worse than expected losses for the third quarter.
A New York Uber driver crashes a car into a resident's pool.
Uber shares fell to an all-time low Wednesday as its stock lockup period ends.
Some of Masayoshi Son's biggest tech bets are leading to multibillion dollar losses.
Global markets are climbing on optimism that a
Uber is still reporting steep losses but its revenue growth is showing some promise.
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.
Uber laid off approximately 350 employees across several different teams on Monday, a spokesperson confirmed to CNN Business.
As part of its expansion plans into Africa, global ride-hailing firm Uber Technologies launched a pilot test of their taxi boat service on Friday in Lagos, Nigeria's commercial hub.
Self-driving cars are coming. Or so we're told. But they still face an existential question: When is a self-driving car truly ready to drive on its own?
With pressure mounting on its business, Uber decided to take a well-worn page from the Big Tech playbook: hold a flashy press event.
Uber announced a number of changes to its bike and scooter business Thursday as the company faces pressure to become profitable.
Some WeWork board members want to remove Adam Neumann as chief executive of the company, the Wall Street Journal and other outlets reported Sunday, citing people involved in the talks.
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.
California has had it with the companies that control the so-called gig economy.
As it faces fresh concerns over sexual assaults by its drivers, Lyft issued an update on its safety features.
Uber laid off hundreds more employees -- this time, across its engineering and product teams in an effort to "reset."
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.