Uber Technologies Inc. is a transportation network company (TNC) headquartered in San Francisco, California.

Uber is heading to Dallas, Texas to test its self-driving cars - but the vehicles will only travel in manual mode.
The ride-hailing company is already testing autonomous vehicles in Pittsburgh, San Francisco and Toronto.
If your trip has an unexpected long stop or a possible crash, you'll likely get a RideCheck ping.
After Uber said the key provision in a proposed California law won't necessarily apply to it, drivers are fighting back.
Uber cuts more than 400 jobs, California introduces a bill that will require companies like Uber and Lyft to treat contract workers as employees, and Toronto
Uber had a very bad day this week. But Juul may have had a day that was even worse.
A class-action suit on behalf of drivers in federal court in California, filed on Wednesday, accused Uber of wrongly classifying drivers under the state's employment test.
After state lawmakers voted to extend minimum-wage and other protections to independent contractors, Uber said it would not treat its drivers as employees.
Legislation near final approval would affect drivers for ride-hailing services, food-delivery couriers, janitors and others now viewed as contractors.
A state proposal, Assembly Bill 5, could give working drivers more employee rights. The companies said they were willing to start a ballot initiative to thwart it.
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At least five Uber Eats couriers in Mexico have died in crashes in the past six months, and dozens more have been injured. Many have sought compensation through Uber's insurance policy. None of them have received it.
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SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) -- A former Google engineer is being charged with stealing closely guarded secrets that he later sold to Uber as the ride-hailing service scrambled to catch up in the...
The double whammy immediately renewed questions about the prospects of the world's biggest ride-hailing company.
The ride-hailing company's cuts follow an internal reorganization and questions about whether it can make money.
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After a few big unions held talks on limiting employment protections for the companies' workers, other labor leaders denounced the idea.
Uber has rolled out a new feature that will integrate all public transit information in the Greater Boston area directly into its app. This means Uber riders in Boston can now plan their trips on the MBTA, including subways, buses, commuter rail, ferries and Logan Express, with real-time,...
Uber Technologies said it will use Australia's second-largest city, Melbourne, as the first international test site for the group's planned flying taxi service.