Will self-driving cars be on the road sooner than expected? Not if they can’t make left turns. In this round up, senior RSG contributor John Ince covers the struggle to improve autonomous vehicles, and Uber touts how it’s trying to improve its relationship with drivers.
Heads Up: We’ve learned that Lyft is going to start displaying driver pay in Net Earnings instead of Gross Earnings on Oct. 18th. It’s still the same pay as before but it might look lower since it’s no longer showing what you’re paid before they take their cut. Basically, they’re going to show earnings like Uber does.
Harry here. Is this the end of Uber as we know it? Recent lawsuits may say yes, but then again, Uber has proved us wrong in the past. Uber is a scrappy company, and in this week’s round up, senior RSG contributor John Ince takes a look at a number of Uber issues – and potential ways for it to redeem itself. Anyone up for a flying Uber ride?
Harry here. It’s been a busy week for Uber, and not in a good way. I thought Uber’s bad PR with drivers was bad, but this week’s news (maybe a criminal lawsuit?) is even worse for Travis K. and Co. Today, senior RSG contributor John Ince covers the whole story among Uber, Google, Waymo and Otto and how the fight for autonomous cars is going.