A leading dating-app company is working with a nonprofit to bring criminal checks to one of its platforms.
Uber and Lyft are in the news because more than 8,000 potential drivers were banned in Massachusetts after background checks turned up convictions for violent felonies and sex-crimes, uncontested court charges, driver’s license suspensions and traffic violations. Uber and Lyft usually run their own background, and those typically go back seven years. But to get […]
Lyft's John Zimmer has a vision for the future.