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Visiting Singapore and looking to get around in something extra special? Uber can pick you up in a Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder or Maserati GranTurismo as part of its new supercar service.

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But More People Ride In Cabs. A Lot More

Guess what, there are now 14,088 registered Uber cars and 13,587 yellow cabs in New York City.

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After A Temporary Stop Last Fall, Things Don't Go UberPop's Way One More Time

A German court banned Uber and UberPop from offering ridesharing services anywhere in the country, adding to the company's troubles in Europe.

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Uber is working with BYD to lease the automaker's E6 five-door hatchback EV to the ridesharing drivers in Chicago, as part of the pilot program. The test already includes about 25 drivers and could grow to around 200.

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His Tenure Lasted Under 20 Months

CFO Brent Callinicos is going to leave the ridesharing company Uber to spend more time with his family. He started at Uber in September 2013.

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Uber announced Tuesday on its website that it is partnering with UN Women to add one million female drivers to their fleet over the next five years.

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A study by Thomson Reuters looks at the past 24 years of auto patents to examine Apple's current place in the industry. Samsung might be a big competitor, but an Apple merger with Tesla could be a real boon for both businesses.

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A short on Funny or Die clip has Uber apologizing for its bad press in 2014. For 2015, the company plans to fix things by making itself even worse in this potentially not-safe-for-work video.

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A company called Gotham Air is hoping to take ridesharing to the skies. Somewhat like Uber for helicopters, the service lets customers reserve flights from Manhattan to either JFK or New Liberty airports. The company claims it can shuttle people from place to place in as little as six minutes.

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In the first of several signs of a deepening rift between the once closely allied companies, Google is reportedly developing its own ride-sharing app that would take direct aim at Uber.

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Are you offering ride-sharing services through a network like Uber or Lyft in Virginia? You'll now be able to get a special insurance policy through Geico.

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The Taxi and Limousine Tribunal in New York City temporarily closed five of Uber's six bases in the Big Apple until they handed over some ride data from last year. However, while an appeal is pending, they are open again.

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An Ole Miss football fan passed out after entering the wrong address for an Uber ride, only to find out that, thanks in part to surge pricing, he owed $908.

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Sweeping court order issued by Spanish judge forces Uber to stop operating its ride-booking service in Spain, and banks and telecom companies to stop supporting it.

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The Breeze is a tiny, personal breathalyzer that syncs with your smartphone to estimate when you might be sober again. If you don't feel like waiting around, the app can also hail a cab, contact Uber, call a designated driver, show nearby restaurants and even find a local hotel to sleep things off.

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December 31 Is The Most Dangerous Night On The Road

Uber and Lyft are using philanthropy to keep intoxicated partiers from climbing behind the wheel this New Year's Eve while drumming up donations for a worthy cause.

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Popular car service Uber has found itself in hot water in locations around the world, with Taiwan taking exception to how the unlicensed service does business within its borders.

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UPDATE: Uber spokesperson Katie Curran sent a statement about the company's response. It can be read below.

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Ridesharing service Uber is having a rough time legally these days. The app is blacklisted in India because a driver is accused of raping a female passenger, and now Portland, OR, is putting up its own legal defense against the on-demand taxis to keep them off the city's roads. The business is facing an investigation in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, as well.

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The Indian capital of Delhi has banned the ride-sharing service Uber from operating within the city after a female passenger alleges a driver raped her, sparking protests in the city.

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The growing popularity of on-demand taxi services like Uber and Lyft is revolutionizing the way people get around in many cities. Early data is starting to show that in the long term, they could lead to a fundamental change in the whole industry. The first steps of this transformation are already being felt on the streets of New York.

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