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San Francisco just voted to regulate the glut of shared electric scooters that startups are putting all over the city’s streets

Scooter startups began leaving electric two-wheelers all over San Francisco a few weeks ago. Now the city has had enough.
Uber employees will be volunteering with Meals on Wheels as part of a new agreement between the app-based taxi company and the charity.

Uber is donating $1 million in cash and free rides to Meals on Wheels

Uber announced Monday it's partnering with Meals on Wheels. As part of the deal, the charity's volunteers will be able to get free rides when making deliveries.
"Stop assuming we don't need tips because Uber pays so well — they don't," one driver told Business Insider.

Uber and Lyft drivers are selling candy and snacks in their cars — and it’s indicative of a dark truth

Uber and Lyft drivers are turning to startups and apps to supplement their income.

Uber adds new features that let drivers work on their own terms

Uber released a third batch of new features for drivers focusing on giving them increased flexibility.

Uber is rolling out a new feature that fixes the most awkward part of hailing a ride

Uber's new in-app messaging feature lets you contact your driver without ever leaving the app.

Uber knowingly rented cars that were at risk of catching fire to its drivers in Singapore, a report says

Uber was aware that Honda had recalled its Vezel SUVs for a fire risk, but leased them to drivers anyway.

Lyft’s quarterly gross bookings now exceed $1 billion — and growth is outpacing arch-rival Uber

Lyft's gross bookings grew far faster than Uber's from the first quarter to the second as it rapidly expanding its operations

An umbrella-sharing startup unintentionally gave away 300,000 free umbrellas

The startup Sharing E Umbrella wanted to emulate the success of bike-sharing programs around the world. But then no one gave their umbrellas back.

Uber’s CEO has resigned — meet the 14 executives running the company

CEO Travis Kalanick has resigned. These are the 14 execs really running the company.