Uber intends to treat drivers as contractors despite California bill
It believes it would pass the test that keeps them as gig workers.
California is close to reclassifying gig economy workers as employees
It's now headed to State Assembly and waiting for the governor's signature.
Uber cuts 435 jobs in its product and engineering teams
It's tightening its belt at the cost of 435 jobs.
Daimler and Geely back Volocopter to help launch its flying taxi service
Up, up and away.
Uber's next business idea: Lending money to drivers
The company has started to poll drivers on their interest in a new financial product.
Lawsuit accuses Lyft of not protecting its female passengers
The complaint adds Lyft has done little to improve passenger safety.
Miami’s gathering electric scooters before Dorian sends them airborne
With the potential for 130mph winds, the City of Miami isn't taking any chances.
Uber and Lyft prepare $60 million fight against worker classification bill
Apparently they can't afford to pay their workers more, but they can afford a legislative fight.
Feds charge former Waymo engineer with 33 counts of stealing trade secrets
Anthony Levandowski could go to prison for a maximum of 10 years.