Uber CEO aims to pare losses and get 'the love back'
Uber CEO is focused on cutting the company's massive losses and 'getting the love back' after a year of damaging revelations about the ride-hailing service
Man killed in hit-and-run after allegedly let out of Lyft car on freeway, authorities say
California authorities are investigating the hit-and-run death of a man after he was allegedly let out of a Lyft car onto a busy highway. The California Highway Patrol received a call on Jan. 31 at 12:44 a.m. PT about a pedestrian walking in a roadway in downtown Los Angeles. Officers responding to
NYC cab driver shot himself after railing at politicians
A 61-year-old livery cab driver who shot himself to death outside New York's City Hall had posted on Facebook hours earlier that politicians had destroyed "a once thriving industry" and driven him to financial ruin.
Google spinoff, Uber whale on each other as trial opens
An epic court battle between Uber and a Google spinoff, centered on the alleged theft of self-driving car technology, began with accusations of sinister plots and other devious behavior lobbed in both directions. In opening arguments Monday, lawyers for Google's former autonomous car unit Waymo
5 auto trends to watch in 2018
The auto industry will close out 2017 with U.S. sales of 17.1 million units -- its first sales decline in seven years. How will automakers respond? And will SUVs and CUVs continue their domination in 2018? Here are the five biggest trends to watch for drivers and carmakers. Car sales Auto sales in
2 Americans among 8 killed in NYC truck attack
Two Americans, a Belgian mother and five Argentine tourists were killed when a suspect used a truck to target civilians in lower Manhattan.
Charges filed against NYC terror suspect
The man accused of plowing into people on a lower Manhattan bike path Tuesday allegedly was inspired by ISIS videos he watched on his cellphone, according to the criminal complaint against him. "He did this in the name of ISIS, and along with the other items recovered at the scene was some notes
What the transportation revolution may mean for drivers
Some observers say our culture is entering a revolution in personal transportation. They cite the advent of ride-hailing companies such as Uber and Lyft, the availability of shared cars and bicycles, and the emergence of autonomous automobile technology as signs that the century-old American love
New safety belt warning issued for backseat passengers
Adults are far less likely to buckle their seat belt when riding in the back seat, according to a new survey from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
CEOs Say Trump Travel Ban Is Discriminatory, Vow to Support Affected Employees
President Donald Trump's executive order on immigration is not sitting well with many leaders in the business community. These titans of industry not only view the order as discriminatory, but also detrimental to economic and technological growth. TIM COOK , APPLE "Apple would not exist without