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Categories: Operations
Uber Drivers Struggle As Co-Founder Buys Mega-Mansion

Protestors say the $72 million purchase shows how the wealthiest Americans live in luxury on the backs of exploited workers.
Categories: People, Operations
Two-Car Operator Succeeds Far Beyond Uber

OCT. LCT: After Mike Gianotti started as a driver for the TNC, he realized he could up his service and introduce app-based clients to what they were...
Categories: Operations
Stop Worrying About Them — Focus On You

MAY LCT: Bar Rescue’s Jon Taffer gave one of the most riveting and inspiring keynote speeches an LCT Show audience has ever seen.
Categories: Technology, Operations
Arrow Limousine Adds On-Demand Service

The New Jersey-based company wants to compete in the growing TNC market.
Categories: Regulations, Operations
TNCs Stop Hiring In NYC After New Wage Laws

This comes after rules kicked in Feb. 1 ruling drivers must make a minimum of $17.22 an hour.
Categories: People, Operations
These Owners And Managers Are Solving Problems

JUNE/JULY LCT: Luxury transportation operators share their struggles and concerns in the latest Fact Book.
Categories: Regulations, Operations
California Operators Ready To Benefit From Favorable Laws

From state labor rules to cannabis bans and LAX access, the Greater California Livery Association enjoys a golden chapter of regulatory successes.
Categories: Regulations, Operations
Uber To Pay Drivers $20 Million Settlement

The amount is a fraction of what could have been required and its business model of independent contractors stays intact.
Categories: Operations, Money
Could Uber's Latest Earnings Figures Prove Vital?

The TNC plans to expand into food delivery and driverless cars, but will it even have the capital to do so?
Categories: Operations, Industry Research, Money
TNCs Take A Lot More From Drivers Than They Say

Of all the fares Jalopnik examined, Uber kept 35% of the revenue, while Lyft kept 38%.
Categories: Operations
New York Operator Proves Optimism Wins Out

eNews Exclusive: Ivan Batiashvili never lets TNCs distract him from what really matters – taking his own company to the next level.
Categories: Regulations
California Passes Landmark Law To Regulate TNCs

This could set a national industry precedent.
Categories: Operations
How Drivers Can Beat Uber at Its Own Game

By forming their own corporation, TNC workers could win leverage over companies that refuse to consider them employees.
Categories: Regulations, Operations
Uber's London Ban Marks Global Backlash For TNCs

The company and its rivals disrupted ground transport, riding on a lack of regulation. Now, regulators are closing in.
Categories: Operations, Industry Research
Industry Truths That Should Be Told

NOV/DEC Editor's Edge: An overdue clearinghouse as we cross another big date.
Categories: Operations
Thousands Of O’Hare TNC Trips Snarl Traffic, Delay Pickups

Uber and Lyft sent statements saying they are working with the aviation department on a fix.
Categories: Operations
1 In 6 Uber, Lyft Vehicles Roll With Open Defects

TNCs appear to avoid following safety recalls on vehicles used by their drivers.
Categories: Operations
Want To Shoot Up A Trailer Park? Get A Lyft!

A fleeting suspected gunman tries to use a TNC as his getaway option. Meanwhile, a fearful female bails on her ridehail.
Categories: Industry Research
Uber Received About 6,000 U.S. Sexual Assault Claims Since 2017

The claims range from unwanted touching and kissing to rape.
Categories: Operations, Industry Research
Uber Could Raise Prices On Its 'Addicts'

SurveyMonkey data shows passengers have gotten so hooked on TNCs that the companies could increase prices further.

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