David Plouffe ran Obama’s 2008 presidential campaign. Uber has had its fair share of run-ins with Democratic constituencies.
Starting in Las Vegas. “We see ourselves as a disrupter of the disrupters.”
Reshad Chakari allegedly touched a female passenger who was asleep in the back seat of his car.
“I knew there had to be a better way to ensure the safety of Virginia passengers.”
Because of regulation…and to get people’s contact information for future emails.
It’s called Lyft Line, and CEO John Zimmer says it’s more in line with Lyft’s vision than the normal car-hailing part of the app.
As more rideshare apps enter the market, cities from Chicago to Indianapolis are figuring out how much to regulate these companies.
Software engineer Aaron Landy worked out a neat hack, so passengers can find out their own ratings. Update: The hack has been taken down.
I think I’ll just walk next time.
Thousands of taxis will take part in the demonstration in the capital next month.
Promos for rides that are almost free and even a guarantee for personal replies from Hailo’s New York general manager. Updates with comments from Hailo.
“In the end it’s the queers that are going to look out for the queers. No one else is going to do that.”
A totally unscientific analysis of the latest buzz-worthy startups joining the billion-dollar valuation club, ranked from least to most justified.
Home Depot is now the largest seller of fresh-cut Christmas trees in America. This is the story of how the trees travel from the farm to your home.
RedState’s Erickson prints an allegation against himself, and denies it.
It’s kinda illegal. Which businesses like Uber and Lyft are finding out as they try to disrupt the taxi industry.