Uber is good at two things: running a taxi service and getting on regulators' nerves. The car service's entire history has been a series of back and forth battles between it and the cities that it's trying to operate in, with Uber frequently ignoring regulations when launching in a new location. For the most part, that strategy has been successful. Major cities have reworked their taxi laws to account for Uber, as well as other services like it. But for every success, Uber seems to run into a new hurdle in another city or with another type of service. This StoryStream follows our coverage of Uber's ongoing legal struggles.
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Plus more codenames for sketchy software tools
Behavior modification therapy, via a company that has its share of bad habits
‘Uber may be forced to change its practices to ensure this doesn't spread’
Dara Khosrowshahi is more like Travis Kalanick than you’d think. But it’s the differences that matter
200 claims of inappropriate conduct investigated
New privacy settings give users more control over shared data
‘They have dug themselves a very deep hole’
Liberal city of the Northwest vs. global ride-hailing juggernaut
But autonomous cars will be built by Daimler, not Uber
Uber ordered 100 vehicles from Volvo last August
The future of advertising?
Pilot program is meant to test out ride-hailing as a solution to last mile challenge
The road to ubiquity is paved with advertisements
Critics say some drivers have never undergone background checks
Why can’t we be friends?
Get ready, Pittsburgh
Your driver may even join in