Nowhere else are ride sharing companies like UBER and Lyft more popular than in New York City and other major metropolitan areas. These companies are also giving the ubiquitous taxicab companies a run for their money, as they far surpass taxicabs in terms of safety, cleanliness, convenience, and affordability.

Nowhere else are ride sharing companies like UBER and Lyft more popular than in New York City and other major metropolitan areas. These companies are also giving the ubiquitous taxicab companies a run for their money, as they far surpass taxicabs in terms of safety, cleanliness, convenience, and affordability.

Nowhere else are ride sharing companies like UBER and Lyft more popular than in New York City and other major metropolitan areas. These companies are also giving the ubiquitous taxicab companies a run for their money, as they far surpass taxicabs in terms of safety, cleanliness, convenience, and affordability.

Nowhere else are ride sharing companies like UBER and Lyft more popular than in New York City and other major metropolitan areas. These companies are also giving the ubiquitous taxicab companies a run for their money, as they far surpass taxicabs in terms of safety, cleanliness, convenience, and affordability.

Manufacturing muscle gives old-school automakers the edge on companies like Uber and Google.

Detroit Is Stomping Silicon Valley in the Race to Build Self-Driving Cars

Manufacturing muscle gives old-school automakers the edge on companies like Uber and Google.

How Do You Value A Company Like Uber?

How Do You Value A Company Like Uber?

It's hard to believe, but ride-hailing company Uber has closed on even more financing to expand its operations around the world. Fast on the heels of raising.

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Chinese startup Ofo raises $700 million as bike-sharing race heats up - This story was delivered to BI Intelligence IoT Briefing subscribers. To learn more and subscribe, please click here .  Chinese bike-sharing startup Ofo raised $700 million in a Series E funding round and was seeking a valuation of about $3 billion, reports  Bloomberg .  The new funding round was led by Jack Ma’s Alibaba Group Holding and included an investment from Didi Chuxing, which had participating in earlier…

Chinese startup Ofo raises $700 million as bike-sharing race heats up

Chinese startup Ofo raises $700 million as bike-sharing race heats up - This story was delivered to BI Intelligence IoT Briefing subscribers. To learn more and subscribe, please click here . Chinese bike-sharing startup Ofo raised $700 million in a Series E funding round and was seeking a valuation of about $3 billion, reports Bloomberg . The new funding round was led by Jack Ma’s Alibaba Group Holding and included an investment from Didi Chuxing, which had participating in earlier…

Are you considering jumping on the bandwagon and trying out driving with Rideshare companies like Uber or Lyft? If so, then here are 3 easy ways to maximize your earnings with each rider you have. Now, these tips do… Continue Reading →

Are you considering jumping on the bandwagon and trying out driving with Rideshare companies like Uber or Lyft? If so, then here are 3 easy ways to maximize your earnings with each rider you have. Now, these tips do… Continue Reading →

When it comes to getting a ride, Uber has quickly become the go-to service for many people. It offers incredible convenience and lots of options in terms of the types of vehicles offered. Those are some things you probably already knew about Uber. Check out the infographic below for 39 things you probably didn't! Via…

39 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Uber

GoGoGrandparent lets people without smartphones use on-demand services like Uber 2016 is definitely the year of on-demand. Rideshare companies like Uber and Lyft have cemented their position as the future of transportation and other on-demand services like Postmates have showed us that there is a real demand for well orderingthings on-demand.  But heres the problem: On-demand apps require a smartphone to use and there are stillover seventy fivemillion americanswith dont have a smartphone…

2016 is definitely the year of on-demand. Rideshare companies like Uber and Lyft have cemented their position as the future of transportation, and other on-demand services like Postmates have showed.

Uber and Lyft Cut Las Vegas Prices Ahead of CES  This year's Consumer Electronics Show is the first in which ride-hailing companies like Uber and Lyft are able to legally operate in Las Vegas, which will hopefully shorten the event's legendary taxi queues. But what many on-demand riders may not ... http://fortune.com/2016/01/05/uber-and-lyft-cut-las-vegas-prices-ahead-of-ces/

Uber and Lyft Cut Las Vegas Prices Ahead of CES

Uber and Lyft cut their prices by in Las Vegas.

Why ridesharing companies like Uber and Lyft have yet to prove their environmental friendliness

Why ridesharing companies like Uber and Lyft have yet to prove their environmental friendliness

The bigger ridesharing companies get, the more important it becomes to understand their impact. Do the cities they grow in suffer from more or less pollution?

How Companies Like Uber, Facebook And Salesforce Engage In Team-Building (It's Not What You Think) - Forbes

How Companies Like Uber, Facebook And Salesforce Engage In Team-Building (It's Not What You Think)

The best way to engage employees is to build a culture of trust. Is your company successfully team-building to build more trust?

Companies like Uber, TaskRabbit and Amazon's Mechanical Turk aim to use people more efficiently. Instead we should focus on allocating work and its gains more decently.

Against Sharing by Avi Asher-Schapiro “Sharing economy” companies like Uber shift risk from corporations to workers, weaken labor protections, and drive down wages.

Directly co-founder and CEO Antony Brydon believes not only is the future of work changing at on-demand companies like Uber and Lyft, but that every business will be using on-demand models to distribute work. In this interview at the On Demand Conference in New York last week, he summarizes what future of work might look like, and how companies should start changing their mental frameworks today.

Directly co-founder and CEO Antony Brydon believes not only is the future of work changing at on-demand companies like Uber and Lyft, but that every business will…

The Real Reason On-Demand Startups Are Reclassifying WorkersOver the past several months a handful of on-demand startups reclassified their independent contractors as employees. Others have publicly acknowledged theyre considering the same move and have been hailed as the next generation of the sharing economy: one that takes care of its workers. Meanwhile established companies like Uber Upwork (Elance-Odesk) LiveOps and even Read More

The Real Reason On-Demand Startups Are

Social networking platforms continue to gain momentum and some companies, like Uber, are recognizing ways to harness the potential there.  Customers seek out companies willing to listen to their concerns and suggestions rather than sticking with less responsive options.

WE-commerce: A Look at the New Global Sharing Economy

WE-commerce: A Look at the New Global Sharing Economy

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