Ride-hailing companies are buying their way into bike-sharing, but that’s just another step toward them owning the entire way we navigate cities.
The Switzerland-based company said it had received a request for documents related to its dealings in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Nigeria and Venezuela.
A new scandal over Google’s data privacy practices is a reminder that all of Big Tech needs greater scrutiny.
Growth in the number of low-cost trans-Atlantic flights, and a willingness by the no-frills airlines to undercut rivals, has led to cheap tickets to Europe.
Mr. Ross and his longtime producer, Rhonda Schwartz, are leaving the network seven months after he erroneously reported a story involving President Trump and the Russia investigation.
Hotels are starting to rent out private homes. But there’s one big difference from Airbnb — the hotels’ private lodgings come with hotel-like services.
Is a stranger being rude? Your seat mate crying? A friend acting strangely? We’re all dealing with something, as our Sketch Guy columnist reminds us.
The ride-hailing company agreed to buy the core operations of Motivate, which offers bicycle rentals in eight United States cities.
The automaker said it turned out 5,000 of the mass-market sedans last week, a threshold it has said is crucial to reaching profitability.
Amazon has transformed the way Americans buy products as different as books and diapers, but with drugs, it will need to work with powerful entrenched players.