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Aug 23, 2019

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Now that Uber and Lyft are public, the public may pay more

by Erika Beras Aug 9, 2019
Prices could rise for rideshare services, especially in places like airports where demand is high.
A car that drives for both Uber and Lyft is seen on Park Avenue in New York City in March, 2019.
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Uber partners with Cargo to sell luggage, makeup and electronics

by Marielle Segarra Jul 17, 2019
It's an old marketing technique: selling to a captive audience.
An Uber car waits for a client in Manhattan in 2017.
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Ford layoffs necessary to fund bets on its future

by Jack Stewart May 21, 2019
The future of the auto industry is uncertain as ride-sharing, self-driving vehicles and other technologies evolve.
Cars are reflected in the grill of a new Ford truck in Richmond, California.
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London taxi drivers hail “The Knowledge”

by Stephen Beard May 14, 2019
Black cab drivers in the British capital say their knowledge of the city gives them a big competitive edge over ride-share rivals.
Black cab drivers block Whitehall as they take part in a protest against Uber on Feb. 10, 2016, in London.
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Why investors seem skeptical about the ride-hailing business

by Kimberly Adams May 10, 2019
People are taking a hard look at Uber's business model.
An Uber banner hangs outside of the New York Stock Exchange as the ride-hailing company makes its highly anticipated initial public offering on May 10.
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Why IPO pricing is "more of an art than a science"

by Ben Bradford May 10, 2019
Uber's Wall Street debut offers an interesting case study.
An Uber sign is displayed as traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) before the Opening Bell at the NYSE as the ride-hailing company Uber makes its highly anticipated initial public offering (IPO) on May 10, 2019 in New York City.
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Uber's IPO arrives at a challenging time

by Scott Tong May 9, 2019
Uber's Jump bikes are made in China, and they could see a U.S. import tariff hike if trade talks fall through.
Uber launches its Jump electrical bike service in Brussels on April 25.
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As ride-share drivers strike, Uber and Lyft eye a driverless future

by Jack Stewart May 8, 2019
The protest against pay and working conditions comes as the companies go public.
Uber and Lyft drivers strike at Los Angeles International Airport over what they say are unfair wages.
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Uber and Lyft drivers plan to strike ahead of Uber IPO

by Jack Stewart May 7, 2019
Uber and Lyft drivers are banding together to launch a strike on Wednesday in several major American cities.
Uber and Lyft drivers are banding together to launch a strike on Wednesday in several major American cities.
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How a Canadian town "Uberized" its public transportation

by Kai Ryssdal and Liz Sanchez May 6, 2019
The ride-hailing company partners with cities, but not without complications.
Some cities are looking to Uber to aid their public transportation.
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