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Uber is a ridesharing app for fast, reliable rides in minutes – day or night. There’s no need to park or wait for a taxi or bus. With Uber, you just tap to request a ride, and it’s easy to pay with credit card or cash (in selected cities only)

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Uber acknowledges it can be stressful for passengers to find their drivers. So it's trying to make it easier. The ride-hailing company rolled out several new features on Monday, all aimed at making the process of hailing a ride and connecting with drivers less hectic.
TechCrunch
Another fine for Uber's historical playbook: The ride-hailing giant has agreed to pay around $2.6 million (€2.3M) to settle charges in the Netherlands related to violations of local taxi law, dating back to when it was operating a peer-to-peer ride-hailing service in contravention of local tr...
TechCrunch
At long last, it's lift-off for Uber. After pricing its initial public offering at $45 per share, at the bottom end of the range it set previously, to raise $8.1 billion, transportation startup began trading today on the New York Stock Exchange, and the shares opened at $42, down from the IPO price.
TechCrunch
Uber is reportedly making its S-1 publically available tomorrow, according to Reuters. According to the IPO paperwork, Uber will sell around $10 billion worth of stock, Reuters sources say. If true, Uber's IPO would be one of the G.O.A.T. (greatest of all time) in the tech industry since Alib...
TechCrunch
Uber has filed its S-1, setting the stage for the transportation company to go public next month. This comes less than one month after competitor Lyft's debut on the public market. Competitor Lyft filed its S-1 documents in March, showing nearly $1 billion in 2018 losses and revenues of $2.1 ...
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TechCrunch
Skurt, the Los Angeles-based rental car delivery startup, has raised $10 million in Series A funding. The round was led by Upfront Ventures (which also led a $1.3 million seed round), and included a strategic investment from BMW, as well as funding from Troy Carter's Cross Culture Ventures, Expansion VC, Greycroft and Magic Johnson.
Forbes
Harry Hurst was a boy genius who's been starting businesses since he was very small. He graduated high school at age 12, studying computer science, and has been on an upward swing ever since. Integrating technology is in his blood: Hurst says he "was always going to do something at [...]
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There's usually nothing especially cool, or disruptive, about renting a car-if you've just arrived at an airport, you make your way to the rental car desk area, and you either confirm previously-arranged reservations, or you make one on the fly. Then, you go to the nearby parking lot, an attendant brings you the vehicle, and you're on your way.
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