GM shares jumped more than 10 percent in pre-market trading.
China's biggest ride-sharing company, Didi Chuxing, will disable features such as profile pictures, ratings and public tags from its carpooling service, as it looks to win back trust after the killing of a female passenger sparked questions about safety.
A slow start on its goals of hiring 120 workers for self-driving cars
Commercial service is scheduled to begin in Phoenix this year and expand from there.
BMW aims to have 100 million customers for "premium mobility services" by 2025.
Talk about putting the cart before the horse.
It'll come in three sizes, from Amazonian to Pizza Hut delivery sidewalk bot
"We will return the cities to the people."
And 80 percent of cars sold will still have internal combustion engines.
Travis Kalanick will still have some influence, but he won't retake the throne.
Uber has signed a deal with NASA to develop air-traffic control systems for the low-flying, unmanned vehicles.
Uber's quest to reform its behavior now includes donations to good causes.
Quebec wants Uber drivers to undergo training.
Ridesharing isn't dead in London.
Regulator says it's not satisfied the ride service "is fit and proper to hold a license"
The company may be worth more than $100 billion.
Of course, GM owns a piece of Lyft and leases a lot of cars to drivers at both startups.