Crapsicab firm also agrees to change its corporate policies
Firm wants 'entire team' focused on driverless cars
Court grants ride-hailing form a new 15-month probationary licence
Court will decide whether firm is 'fit and propter' to hold an operator licence
Rafaela Vasquez was streaming Hulu at the time of the crash, new evidence shows
India will get rollout first
Drivers could refuse to pick up people who've had a skinful
It plans to fill the skies with the lovechild of a helicopter and a drone
Crapsicab firm said it's 'disappointed' by the move
The ride-sharing company claims to have made steps to sort out gender and race discrimination in its business
The ride-sharing company's autonomous vehicle testing will have to go on elsewhere
The video arguably raises more question than it answers
Tempe police chief says collision 'would have been difficult to avoid'
'Digital tax' could come into force as early as next week
Was it cheaper than letting Kalanick testify twice?
Firm admits hackers stole unsecured data from the code-sharing site
Let the car-bunkle begin
Crapsicab firm says bug 'isn't particularly severe'
Firm also joins forces with Volkswagen and China's Baidu
But Uber claims the decision it makes no difference
Yes, people are still using it
Clandestine manoeuvres could end up being an uber mistake
Officials could face criminal charges as a result
Crapsicab firm says names, addresses and phone numbers were pinched
Because... you know... Kalanick
Report claims Khosrowshahi was made aware of the hack in September
UK regulator says it has 'huge concerns' about the breach
One user noticed a fraudulent transaction for a ride worth £750
Will use the money for "wild parties and tequila", said no-one
But Uber vows to fight on. Again.
But its ambition may be thwarted by real life
Firm's modded Fiat minivans don't require human drivers
Uber's tough times aren't over yet.
A hearing is likely to take place on 11 December
And all to sell its Watch
Going somewhere where exciting things happen
Anyone would think TfL were trying to put them off...
Uber rival claims TfL's decision was 'without merit'
'My mate has a licence' is seemingly not a defense
More fubar for Uber
Firm also blamed for failing to prevent 2014 data breach
But HPE claims she is 'full committed' to the company
Uber says move shows that Waymo 'resorted to conspiracy theories not rooted in fact'
And there's no word on who will replace him yet
Concerns he's been getting ideas Uber his station