Uber's Jump bikes are made in China, and they could see a U.S. import tariff hike if trade talks fall through.
The ride-hailing company partners with cities, but not without complications.
Uber’s valuation still dwarfs Lyft’s, as both companies prepare to go public in 2019.
Travis Kalanick may be out as the head of Uber, but he'll still be around.
A new report out this week shows that Uber’s long string of bad PR could be costing it corporate customers. Uber is still the dominant ride-hailing app by far, but Lyft appears to be gaining ground in business travel. Click the audio player above to hear the full story.