The judge said the company’s Terms of Service require all disputes between user and owner be decided in arbitration, rather than in court.
By Rebecca Beitsch, Stateline
Carpooling is at a new low -- but popular internet ride-hailing services, such as Uber and Lyft, may have the potential to change that.
By Zhai Yun Tan, Kaiser Health News
Some hospitals and medical providers think that the hot-new technology in town — ride-hailing services such as Uber and Lyft — can address a problem for patients.
General Motors will launch its first self-driving cars in Texas, but be prepared to share.
By PBS NewsHour
Uber, the popular ride-sharing mobile phone app, has developed a reputation for ruthlessness. The company's latest woes were generated by an executive who talked about hiring operatives to dig up dirt on reporters who criticize the company. Economics correspondent Paul…
By Dave Sloan
The United States Postal Service Regulatory Commission approved a project that would allow postal service trucks to deliver groceries on a part time basis. A two year trial run will be tested the San Francisco area and will…
By Jordan Vesey
The more we share together the happier we’ll be. That is what companies that make up the sharing economy promise. But as these platforms grow, they compete with existing markets in cities across America. While innovation is good for consumers,…
By Making Sen$e Editor
You've heard about Uber taking business away from traditional taxicab drivers, and their ire toward the competition. But what is it like to drive an Uber, specifically your own car as an UberX? The drivers Making Sen$e spoke to gave…
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