Uber acknowledged more than 3,000 sexual assaults occurred during U.S. Uber rides in 2018, the company said in a long-awaited safety report.
San Francisco-based Uber announced on Monday they plan on laying off 350 employees.
A California Uber driver is in a coma induced by doctors because of a heart attack he suffered after an altercation with a knife-wielding passenger.
An Uber driver says a passenger assaulted him and threatened to kill him because of his immigrant status. Debora Villalon reports from Napa Valley where this bizarre case unfolded.
For decades we've been promised flying cars and on Tuesday, Uber announced we are now just two years out from seeing them take flight.
In the same way consumers eventually had to pay sales taxes on internet purchases, it looks like Uber and Lyft riders are heading for a tax on their trips. Other major cities have been assessing such taxes for a while. Tom Vacar reports
Uber is coming clean about its cover-up of a year-old hacking attack that stole personal information about more than 57 million of the beleaguered ride-hailing service's customers and drivers.
Employees of ride sharing giant, Uber, are scheduled to hear details about the recommendations of a critical report by outside attorneys, including former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder on Tuesday.
Uber, the world's leading ride-hailing company, has taken two big steps toward repairing its corporate image: It fired 20 employees for a host of harassment problems and hired an Apple marketing executive to rescue its tainted brand.
Uber dismissed over 20 of its employees after a review of its workplace culture. Tim Higgins of the Wall Street Journal spoke to KTVU FOX 2 News about the development.
Uber's first report on employee diversity shows low numbers for women, especially in technical positions. In that regard, the company is similar to other Silicon Valley giants such as Google, Facebook and Apple.
The shared ride firm is now considering property in San Francisco. Tom Vacar reports.
Uber has launched an investigation into reports that a female engineer based in San Francisco was the target of unwanted sexual advances. Deborah Rhode, a Stanford Law School professor, talks about sex harassment polices and procedures.
Jon Vinson is helping a group of Oakland students reach success by motivating them through their love of basketball. Uber and the Warriors joined recently to help the coach in his effort. Amber Lee reports.
The ride share company said it is halting its pilot that saw autonomous cars operating on San Francisco streets. Tom Vacar reports.
State officials said Uber needs a permit before the company can operate autonomous cars on San Francisco roads. Jana Katsuyama reports.
The self-driving cars were seen on San Francisco city streets but California regulators put a brake on the drive. Tara Moriarty reports.
Some families in Daly City are butting heads with Uber. They say ever since Uber moved its driving support center from San Francisco to Daly City, Uber drivers have turned their quiet neighborhood into a noisy, congested and dirty Uber hub.
A U.S. based company is behind the autonomous car experiment in Singapore.
Tech Crunch editor Josh Constine talks about how Uber's autonomous cars will impact the U.S.