Uber’s new tool gives drivers more control, sparks concern

Critics say a new tool unveiled by Uber can be problematic for a neighborhood that is considered undesirable due to high crime, or that it could simply be discriminatory. Some say the ride share is trying to avoid classifying their workers as employees under AB-5.

Bay Area cities consider rideshare tax

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 looking into sex harassment claim

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.

Uber parks self-driving cars

The ride share company said it is halting its pilot that saw autonomous cars operating on San Francisco streets. Tom Vacar reports.

Driverless Ubers hit speed bump

State officials said Uber needs a permit before the company can operate autonomous cars on San Francisco roads. Jana Katsuyama reports.