The battle between London's regulators and Uber was a masterclass in political posturing.
Uber is contending in court that it is "fit" to operate in London, where it was banned last year.
Turning a profit, understanding the local market, playing nice with SoftBank and balancing jobs with new technology could determine which start-up has the leading edge.
Uber announces steps to bring "transparency, integrity, and accountability" to its handling of workplace complaints.
Walmart's online grocery delivery partnerships with ride-hailing services Uber and Lyft have ended, according to two sources.
Dara Khosrowshah has regrets about his early days in finance.
Ever wanted to get inside the heads of the world's top leaders? A test used by NASA has attempted to do just that.
After selling its China stake in 2016, Uber is in talks to mimic that strategy in Southeast Asia
Uber and Waymo settle courtroom battle over trade secrets, with Uber agreeing not to use Waymo technology and pay a 0.34 percent equity stake.
The cozy bond between Uber and Alphabet's Waymo quickly dissolved into a turf war and ultimately a high-stakes legal battle, a jury heard on Wednesday.
Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi joins Squawk Box from Davos to talk about his relationship with Travis Kalanick as the company moves forward.
Dara Khosrowshahi, the new CEO of Uber, took his predecessor, co-founder Travis Kalanick, at task for leading the ride-hailing company astray.
Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi joins Squawk Box from Davos to talk about the benefits of SoftBank's investment in the company, his relationship with Travis Kalanick as the company moves forward. My focus is the next chapter of the company, including an IPO, says Khosrowshahi.
Uber's CEO believes the scandals that have plagued the company over the past year will help to ensure it does the "right thing."
Former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick ignored warnings from other execs about self-driving truck company Otto and ex-CEO Anthony Levandowski.
Uber and SoftBank completed their long-awaited investment agreement on Thursday.
Kalanick and a few other executives broached the idea of apologizing and buying the driver's cars to make it up to him, Recode reports.
CNBC's Deirdre Bosa reports on former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick planning on selling 29 percent of his stake in the ridesharing company.
The last year gave us some whopping deals, including Amazon.com’s acquisition of Whole Foods, that will shape the business landscape in 2018.
In apologizing for a controversy over slowing batteries, Apple became the latest big company to try and calm customers and the public.