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Will drivers come back to Uber and Lyft?
Many ride-hailing drivers shifted to delivering food during the pandemic and aren't eager to return to transporting passengers.
Uber and Lyft dole out cash to get drivers back on the road
Ride-hail companies are trying to bounce back from their current driver shortage. Many drivers think it's safer to deliver food than drive people.
NYC guarantees minimum wage for ride-share drivers
The New York City Council voted in August to give the Taxi and Limousine Commission the authority to determine a minimum wage for contract drivers for Uber and Lyft. The commission set the rate this week at $17.22 an hour, plus expenses for things like taxes and car maintenance. A statement from Uber said the […]
Why a trucker shortage really, really matters
The U.S. is facing a national trucker shortage. With the economy in an upswing, there’s more of a demand for goods than there are people to transport them. As carriers try to attract drivers with perks and pay raises, companies that rely on shipping say an unexpected rise in shipping costs has forced them to […]
Now you have another reason to tip your Uber driver
The company is now allowing tipping within its app.
Full interview: Lyft president on driverless cars, background checks
Lyft's John Zimmer has a vision for the future.
Uber settlement brings mixed emotions
Uber is paying up to $100 million to settle class-action lawsuits.
The race to connect old cars to the Internet
Apps for your car can calculate mileage, or monitor your teen's driving.
My First Job: Wienermobile Driver
"I would even have people come up to me and ask me for my autograph."