Uber, Lyft Lose in Court in California Again

Uber, Lyft Lose in Court in California Again

Just days after a California judge ruled in favor of a state law that would force Uber and Lyft to classify their drivers as employees and not independent contracts, the same judge declined to extend the deadline to appeal the preliminary injunction he issued staying...
Lyft Making Leap to All-Electric Rides by 2030

Lyft Making Leap to All-Electric Rides by 2030

The impact of the pandemic has forced many companies to take a hard look at how they will do business in the future, and ride-hailing service Lyft Inc. is making a major change, committing to using battery-electric vehicles only by 2030. In a blog post on its website,...
GM Confirms Cuts at Cruise Automation

GM Confirms Cuts at Cruise Automation

Cruise Automation is cutting some employees, but the company remains tightly focused on its objective of developing self-driving vehicles, GM Chairman Mary Barra said during a web conference. Barra confirmed earlier reports from California that Cruise would be...
Waymo Restarting Autonomous Vehicle Testing in Phoenix

Waymo Restarting Autonomous Vehicle Testing in Phoenix

Courtesy of the ongoing pandemic, Waymo is going back to the future with its Waymo one autonomous ride service. The company is going to resume sending the vehicles back out on the roads around Phoenix, but with drivers only — no passengers. The company suspended...