In a sign that China’s war on tech is finally over, ride-sharing service Didi is once again free to accept new signups.
Lyft joins the long list of companies laying off employees in preparation for what it calls a “probable recession.”
Lyft — the popular ride-sharing service — has launched Lyft Media, a media and advertising platform.
Early Uber investor Jason Calacanis says that unlike Lyft, Uber built a very anti-fragile business with the combination of Eats and Rides and has become relentlessly focused.
Lyft co-founderJohn Zimmer is extremely confident the court ruling that found California Proposition 22 unconstitutional…
Volocopter has demoed its electric air taxi at the Paris Air Forum, vowing to bring air taxi services to market in time for the 2024 Olympics.
Democrats, in a political payoff to unions, have again introduced legislation in Congress to effectively make gig economy jobs like Uber, Lyft, DoorDash, etc. illegal.
Driverless tech company Motional has announced it will use Hyundai’s IONIQ 5 for its robotaxi deal with Lyft.
In a world first, Uber will treat its UK drivers as “workers” after losing its case before the British Supreme Court.
Toyota is partnering with Aurora and Denso to develop autonomous vehicles, rather than going it alone.
Riding a bike or scooter may become much safer, as a coalition of companies is working to help them “talk” to cars and make drivers aware of their presence.
Researchers at Uber are proposing a new artificial intelligence (AI) language model that emphasizes positive, social interaction.
Hyundai is acquiring a majority stake in Boston Dynamics, the maker of robotic dog Spot.
Uber is in talks to sell its air taxi business, Uber Elevate, to Joby Aviation.
Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi says that Uber Eats is growing at unprecedented rates during the pandemic and he expects the business to do well post-pandemic as well.
We want to make sure there’s clarity and certainty in this industry so that it’s not living under a cloud.” says Lyft’s Chief Policy Officer Anthony Foxx.
California’s Proposition 22 is poised to pass, securing the current business model for gig economy companies.
We’re going to expand beyond food into other categories such as groceries and pharmacy, essentially powering world commerce.
John Zimmer, co-founder and President of Lyft, discusses the impact of the pandemic on Lyft, noting that daily rides are still down by half since March 2020.