In July, an Uber driver we’ll call Dave—his name has been changed here to protect his identity— Read the juicy story here.
A long time ago, I thought seriously about becoming an Uber and Lyft driver. It was a big decision to make and left me with many questions — and hardly any way to find the answers. Read the 10 things here.
For the first 10 years, Uber was more or less useless to those without a phone. But that's finally starting to change. Read more here.
Uber driver is caught rapidly swiping right on Tinder each time the car stops at a set of traffic lights
An Uber driver was so desperate for a date his passenger caught him furiously swiping right every time his car came to a stop. Read more here.
Uber imposed a $1-per-ride surcharge it called a “Safe Rides Fee” in 2014, but it was a just a play for profit. The money collected by the company from the fee. Read the rest of the story here.
Uber and Lyft have handily deflected any competition so far. Together, the two ride-hailing giants capture more than 98% of market spending, according to analytics company Second Measure. Read the full story here.
If you feel like you’re wasting more time stuck in Grand Rapids traffic, you’re right, according to a newly released report. Read the full story here.
A Joliet rideshare driver says passengers are routinely carting narcotics into Ubers and Lyfts. CBS 2’s Lauren Victory explains inside the problem and how each company is trying to combat the bad behavior. Read the whole story here.
When you’re trying to figure out how to get somewhere, the odds are pretty good your first move is opening Google Maps. But Uber and Lyft each want to change that. To them I say: good luck. Read the whole story here.
Uber posted its largest-ever quarterly loss -- $5.2 billion -- this week, as it faces increasing competition and investor scrutiny as a publicly-traded company. Read the whole story here.