Rideshare Services Like Lyft, Uber Struggle To Get Drivers Behind The WheelRideshare Apps are desperate for drivers. The pandemic has slowed travel so much that companies like Uber and Lyft are struggling to get workers behind the wheel and customers in the cars.
After Rides, California Law Could Target Food, Grocery Delivery Services NextBy going after Uber and Lyft's ride-hailing business for allegedly violating a worker classification law, California Attorney General Xavier Becerra is taking on what had long been the jewel of the on-demand economy. How the state's top lawyer fares could determine whether other parts of the industry are similarly targeted — in particular, fast-growing on-demand grocery and food delivery businesses.
New Rideshare App For Taking Kids To School Launching In Elk GroveParents in Elk Grove got to kick the wheels of a new ride-sharing service designed exclusively for children that's coming to their city.
Uber To Pay $4.4 Million To End Federal Sex Harassment ProbeUber Technologies Inc. will establish a $4.4 million fund to settle a federal investigation into allegations that the San Francisco company allowed a rampant culture of sexual harassment, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission announced Wednesday.