Harry here. Thanks to everyone who joined our Youtube Live event this week; you can find a replay here. One topic we didn’t touch on though was Uber’s new pilot program with cash payments in Colorado. Today, senior RSG contributor John Ince takes a look at that story, a strange Miami heist involving an Uber driver and a new program that allows the public to see more data on ridesharing.
Harry here. Today, senior RSG contributor John Ince shares a story of a quick thinking driver, a lawsuit against Uber brought forth by its own employees and a new study from MIT.
Harry here. Today, RSG senior contributor John Ince takes a look at Uber’s latest financials, an interesting series on Uber’s profitability and an article on the fading investor interest in the on-demand economy.
Harry here. It may be Christmastime, but here on the blog we are still working hard to stay on top of everything that’s going on in the world of rideshare. Today, senior RSG contributor John Ince shares an inside look on Travis Kalanick and Uber, an Uber driver who thwarted a robbery and the new Uber beacon.
Harry here. Today, senior RSG contributor John Ince takes a look at Uber’s launch of ‘self-driving’ cars in San Francisco, which was anything but smooth. One of their cars promptly ran a red light and it was caught on camera. Also, it turns out Uber failed to register with the DMV despite nearly every other large automaker doing so. We all know that real self-driving cars will hit the roads some day, but it seems like there’s a lot more hype around them than reality these days.
We’ve also have news on Google’s new ridesharing service, an alarming privacy lawsuit against Uber and a story about the ever increasing congestion problem and whether or not Uber and Lyft are making things worse.