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Higher gas prices have rideshare drivers questioning their side hustle
Services like Uber and Lyft are trying to get more people to drive for them. The math isn't working out for many drivers.
San Francisco taxi drivers still struggle with medallion debt
Uber and Lyft jolted the taxi business. A credit union that loaned money to drivers lost its case against the city's transit agency.
How ride-hailing accelerates climate change
A new study finds companies like Uber and Lyft may be a hazard to the planet because of "deadheading."
Other ride-hailing companies are closely watching Uber, Lyft and California
Competitors may look to start offering rides in the state.
For Uber, a diverse business model is the key to weathering COVID-19
As its ride-sharing business declined, the company pivoted to delivery.
Cities face a new battle over space on their streets and curbs
Instant deliveries and ride-sharing.services have increased demand for limited real estate.
Now that Uber and Lyft are public, the public may pay more
Prices could rise for rideshare services, especially in places like airports where demand is high.
As ride-share drivers strike, Uber and Lyft eye a driverless future
The protest against pay and working conditions comes as the companies go public.
As Uber eyes an IPO, what's its plan for profits?
It's expanding far beyond ride-sharing, and it has tons of data.
Uber and Lyft are driving toward IPOs
Investors could pony up $140 billion for shares even though neither firm is profitable.