Struggling Taxi Medallion Lender Seized By Regulators
The rise of Uber and other ride-sharing services in New York has resulted in a surge in loan delinquencies at some credit unions.
Taxi Cab Lenders Lose Suit Over Ride-Sharing
A New York judge dismisses a suit in which four credit unions challenged city rules allowing Uber to pick up passengers.
Companies and Employment: Who’s the Boss?
An obscure dispute about rubbish could reshape agency working.
Uber on Trial: New Work Modes Demand Finance-HR Collaboration
The ruling that an Uber driver was entitled to the benefits of employment carries important implications for financial and human capital.
Uber Still Looking for CFO to Replace Callinicos
At least two executives have turned down the finance chief post at Uber.
Lyft Picks Up $100M Investment From Carl Icahn
Icahn bets on ride-sharing startup, saying it's a "tremendous bargain" compared to Uber.
SEC Charges VC Fund Manager in Ponzi Scheme
The fund manager sold investors on pre-IPO shares of Twitter and Uber, but couldn't deliver the promised shares and profits.
Does Uber Usage Nick Business Travel Budgets?
The average cost of a ride using the suddenly popular service is higher than for traditional taxis.
Uber Raising Capital and Adding Drivers at Furious Pace
The mobile car-booking company, which now has 160,000 drivers, added to its war chest this week with $1.6 billion in convertible debt.