Uber CEO Travis Kalanick says a Reuters story is false, and the company is not raising a round.
Uber founder Travis Kalanick declared his intention to roll out ride-sharing on the existing platform, posing a direct threat to companies like Lyft and SideCar that operate on a community ride-sharing model.
Uber's new app releases will help expand its user base and continue disrupting the taxi industry around the world.
At SXSW, Uber CEO revealed the next stage of his battle plan: quadrupling the size of his staff in the next year, growing from 200 to 800 members, and continuing global expansion.
Not to be outdone by its competition, Uber has reached an agreement with the California authorities.
The New York City Taxi and Limousine Commission (TLC) today decided the temporary fate of forward-thinking startups such as Uber, Hailo, and GetTaxi looking to modernize the city’s taxi system.
At a meeting in New York this morning, the commission …
The powers that be in Chicago have proposed new regulations that, if passed, would mean lights out for startup Uber and its mobile system for booking and paying for black car service.
Uber's CEO, Travis Kalanick, made a public appearance this weekend to make one thing very clear. He is not worried.
Uber adds TAXI to its collection of San Francisco services.
Following a tussle with the TLC, mobile car service startup Uber officially discontinued taxi service in New York.
Uber founder Travis Kalanick talks about his ongoing battles with regulatory agencies.