The year 2017 will definitely go down in history for spawning the #MeToo Movement of mainly women victims of sexual harassment coming forward to lodge complaints against their perpetrators.
In this very digital world we live in, more and more people are finding that they are shifting most of their real life conventional and traditional activities online. It's a sign of the times and while
Ride-share app Uber became the pioneer of disruptive technology when it exploded on the shared economy scene, empowering Millennials who don't carry cash to circumvent traditional cash-only taxi cab
Uber will use Northern Virginia as a testing ground for a new carpooling feature, described by the company as “digital slug lines.” And while the news is drawing applause in the high-tech corridor’s
There is no doubt that Uber can officially be dubbed the king of the StartUp and sharing economy. Today, many StartUps are creating new services and apps that the founders refer to the Uber of___fill
Uber is replacing cabs for professionals on the go.
It's just one way that business travelers are embracing the new sharing economy -- and ditching traditional modes of #travel as a result.
Microsoft Corp said on Monday it will hand over its display advertising business to AOL Inc and sell some map-generating technology to ride-hailing app company Uber, as it slims down its money-losing
Uber has spawned a sub-industry of start ups claiming to the the Uber of [fill in the blank].
There are several pick up and wash laundry services already in existence but London-based
Silicon Valley-based startups with business models that circumvent local regulatory boards are getting major pushback lately.
Virginia issued a cease and desist order against car ride companies Uber