By Harshita Mary Varghese (Reuters) - Uber Technologies will raise the minimum wage it pays drivers in France as part of a wider agreement between ride-hailing companies and driver representatives in the country, the company said on Wednesday. Drivers will earn a

By Sam Tobin LONDON (Reuters) - A significant victory for Estonian ride-hailing and food delivery startup Bolt against Britain's tax authority last week could prove to be positive news for its rival Uber. Bolt took on HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) over

By Alden Bentley (Reuters) - Ride-hailing service Uber Technologies will join the S&P 500 effective at the open of trading on Dec. 18, along with S&P MidCap 400 constituents Jabil Inc and Builders FirstSource Inc, S&P Dow Jones Indices announced late

By Farouq Suleiman and Sarah Young LONDON (Reuters) - Uber will open up its platform to London's black cabs next year, the ride-hailing firm said on Wednesday, trying to win over the British capital's taxis after a decade of tensions. London's black

By Akash Sriram (Reuters) - Lyft reported third-quarter revenue and profit surpassing estimates on Wednesday, but gross bookings growth was lower than larger rival Uber's ride-hailing business. Gross bookings, which is a metric Lyft started disclosing in the third quarter measuring total

By Arsheeya Bajwa (Reuters) - Uber Technologies will accept more payment options on its food delivery platform and roll out an artificial intelligence (AI)-powered assistant to help users find deals and explore different food options, the company said on Wednesday. Uber Eats

By David Shepardson (Reuters) - The backup safety driver behind the wheel of a self-driving Uber Technologies test vehicle that struck and killed a woman in Tempe, Arizona, in 2018 pleaded guilty on Friday and was sentenced to probation, prosecutors said. Rafaela

By Daniel Wiessner (Reuters) - Uber Technologies Inc, DoorDash Inc and other app-based food delivery companies filed lawsuits on Thursday seeking to strike down New York City's novel law setting a minimum wage for drivers. The companies filed separate complaints in New

Revenues beyond expectations and new transport options to become a 'travel app' capable of satisfying travellers' every demand. This is how Uber is leaving behind the toughest period in its history, culminating with the Uber Files that led to the exit of former CEO