Uber got hacked big time in 2016.
Competition between ridesharing platforms Uber and Lyft isn’t anything new. But, over the years, Uber has been diversifying its services. No longer just a glorified taxi, Uber now offers food and grocery deliveries, car rentals and more. Meanwhile, Lyft has stayed more singularly focused and localized in its niche,
For a while now, Uber has been facing a driver shortage. See, during the pandemic, people weren’t really catching rides all over the place, so demand for drivers was down. But, as things have ramped back up, there has been a shortage of drivers, which means that wait times
Earlier this week, The Guardian published the Uber files, which contained over 124,000 confidential documents, which outlined how Uber broke the law, tricked law enforcement, secretly lobbied governments around the world and even put its drivers in danger for the sake of its own growth. Now, a lawsuit involving
According to more than 124,000 confidential documents leaked to The Guardian – known as the Uber files – tech giant Uber broke the law, tricked law enforcement, secretly lobbied governments around the world and even put its drivers in danger for the sake of its own corporate growth. The files reveal
The ruling could be transformative for Uber’s business not just in the UK, but worldwide. The United Kingdom’s Supreme Court has delivered a devastating ruling for Uber Technologies, Inc., declaring its drivers to be “workers” and, in the process, entitling thousands of drivers in the UK to minimum
The downfall of Uber’s self-driving experiment illustrates the difficulties that the industry must overcome before such technology can reach the market. Ride-hailing service provider Uber Technologies, Inc. has announced that it is selling off its self-driving car division to startup company Aurora. In the roughly US$4 billion deal,