Tagged With Ridesharing

Uber drivers say the company is taking hundreds of dollars from their paychecks to pay airport-issued tickets the drivers didn't know existed


Uber and Lyft drivers claim the companies owe them more than $630 million in back wages by misclassifying drivers as contractors under California's new gig worker law


Uber sent drivers guidance about coronavirus that some say ignores the realities of the gig economy



Shebah's CEO says the purpose of the ridesharing platform is to 'monetise the labour of women', as the company secures $675,000 in crowdfunding


Uber rival Ola will be in every capital city in Australia, as it continues its expansion across the country


Both Uber and Lyft are at record lows as investors continue to shun unprofitable unicorns



DiDi, the ‘Uber of China’, has launched in two more Queensland markets – but still no Sydney


'Why is my Uber account disabled?': A guide to Uber account deactivation, and how you might get your account back


I'm a driver for both Uber and Lyft — here are 7 reasons Uber is the clear winner for me


Cars from ride-hailing apps like Uber and Lyft are dirtier than taxis, rentals, and even toilet seats, according to a study that collected bacteria from 9 vehicles


Lyft has a 'golden opportunity' in a $1.2 trillion market but faces 4 key risks


Australian lawyers are taking their $500 million class action against Uber national



How to split a Lyft fare so multiple people can pay for a single ride


Here's how much millennials spend on Uber and Lyft in major US cities every month


Indian ridesharing giant Ola just launched in Queensland and the ACT


Uber rival Ola has launched in Melbourne



DIGITAL HEALTH BRIEFING: Google AI can predict heart attacks from eye scans -- Lyft, Hitch Health partner for medical transport -- Nokia executive sees no path for Digital Health


Uber just invited 'every gangster syndicate and two-bit hacker on the internet... to take a piece of them'


The personal data of Australian Uber users may have been exposed in a massive global breach


Uber Australia is settling unfair dismissal cases, despite insisting drivers are not employees