Data: Uber, Lyft Made $44M Since Becoming Legal In State Tax revenue data released from the School District of Philadelphia shows ride-sharing companies Uber and Lyft have brought in more than $44 million in their first two months of legal operation in the city.
Police: Uber Driver Burglarized Several Passengers' Homes While They Were OutPolice said in a statement that Awadallah would drive passengers from their homes to businesses and restaurants in the Ocean City and Dewey Beach areas.
Philly School District Seeing First Revenue From New Tax On Rideshare ServicesSchool leaders gathered around a ceremonial check this morning to mark the first installment totaling $358,000.
Ultra Cheap Uber? Some Lucky Philly Passengers Testing Subscription OfferUber is test-driving a possible subscription package for riders in major cities around the country, including Philadelphia.
Uber's 10 Most Visited Restaurants In Philly On Valentine's DayDo you and your honey still need some help finding a place to dine this Valentine’s Day?
Christie Approves Uber And Lyft To Operate In New JerseyIt's now legal for ride-hailing services like Uber and Lyft to operate in New Jersey.
Uber CEO Drops Out Of President Trump's Business Advisory CouncilIn a shocking about face, Uber CEO Travis Kalanick has dropped out of President Trump's business advisory council.
Uber Eyes Facebook Data To Help Riders Become FriendsIf you've ever had an awkward UberPool ride, this might help.
Uber Has New Tool To Help Combat Missed ConnectionsUber drivers and passengers sometimes struggle to find one another in crowded areas. Now, the ride-sharing company has a new device to help combat the problem.
Officials: Arrest Made In Alleged Uber Assault That Left Man Beaten And BloodiedAuthorities say an arrest has been made after an Uber driver allegedly assaulted a passenger in December.
Expert: Uber Tracking Policy 'Represents An Incremental Erosion Of The Privacy That Users Have'Many popular apps request to access people’s locations, including Uber, which has raised the ire of consumer and privacy experts.
Uber Introduces New Rules For The RoadUber riders can rate their drivers on a five-star scale, but the assessment works the other way, too.