Ridesharing

Citroën’s small $6,000 electric ‘car’ is coming to the US as part of new subscription service

Citroën’s Ami, a small $6,000 electric “car,” is apparently coming to the US as part of new electric car subscription service.

3 takeaways from Uber's UK Court defeat, which shows the dangers of tech getting creative with regulation

Uber's drivers are workers who are entitled to more rights, the UK's top court ruled on Friday.

Uber CEO Says Company to Consider Crypto for Rides, Not Its Balance Sheet

The rideshare company will look into cryptocurrencies including bitcoin as a potential form of payment.

NEVS Sango autonomous shuttle rises from the ashes of Saab

It will start picking up riders on the streets of Stockholm.

Ford postpones autonomous vehicle service until 2022

Ford said Tuesday it will delay until 2022 plans to launch an autonomous vehicle service, as the COVID-19 pandemic has prompted the company to rethink its go-to-market strategy.

Brutal chart shows just show much Uber's core ride-hailing business has been hollowed out by coronavirus

New data from SuperFly shows Uber rides in the US have fallen by as much as 94%.