2020-01-24 22:38:00| Engadget
Uber has been available in every major North American city for a while, but not Vancouver, British Columbia -- the city has refused to bow to pressure and even used undercover agents to make sure companies weren't flouting the law. However, even tha...
2020-01-23 16:28:00| Fool.com Headlines
Is this Uber's plan to turn profitable?
2020-01-22 23:46:53| digg
Uber is attempting to comply with California's AB5 law, which might require it to reclassify its drivers as employees, by letting them set their own price.
2020-01-22 21:00:00| Telegraph Business
2020-01-22 18:42:45| E-Commerce Times
Uber has launched a pilot program in California that lets drivers in Santa Barbara, Palm Springs and Sacramento set their own fares for airport rides. Drivers can set a fare multiple on Uber's base, time, and distance rates for UberX and UberXL trips, according to the company. Drivers can increase the fare in 10 percent jumps up to five times Uber's base price.