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Electric scooters were to blame for at least 1,500 injuries and deaths in the US last year


Electric scooters like Lime's and Bird's sent more people to two Los Angeles emergency rooms than regular bikes, new study says


Lime, Bird, and other scooter companies just proved they can help take cars off the road



An Asian bird managed to stow itself on a business class flight from Singapore to London, and no one noticed it for 12 hours


Scooter startup Bird is reportedly raising $300 million with assistance from financial giant Fidelity


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A founder who survived the Chinese bike-sharing bubble is launching a scooter startup, and reckons it's a $35 billion market


Uber did little to downplay reports it wants to buy scooter firms Bird or Lime in a deal potentially worth billions


Uber is reportedly holding talks to buy electric scooter firms Bird and Lime


New York City could finally make electric bikes and scooters legal — and Bird is already gearing up to launch


E-scooters are sending dozens of people to emergency rooms — and the companies appear to have a double standard when it comes to safety


Electric scooter firm Lime reportedly smeared rival Bird with the same PR firm Facebook used to discredit critics



A Lime executive insisted it has 'the safest product' even though the company was recalling thousands of its scooters


47 red-hot tech startups that became worth billions this year


Electric scooter hire is coming to the UK under a deal struck by $2 billion startup Bird


Here's what could happen to all the Bird and Lime scooters when Hurricane Florence hits



The scooter war explodes in Europe as Taxify brings dockless scooters to Paris


Uber and Lyft just got locked out of one of the most important new businesses by San Francisco officials


Uber and Lyft have won a key battleground in the electric scooter wars — and it's a huge blow to the $2 billion startup that created the scooter phenomenon


A 183-year-old law created for horse-drawn carriages has frustrated Silicon Valley's buzziest startups