Ride-sharing company Uber is now doing business in three Delaware beach towns.
The ride-hailing company “Uber” reworks its policy to ban guns.
The Men’s Warehouse founder has something new up his tailored sleeve.
Uber has announced that it will begin offering rides beachgoers and vacationers in Ocean City and St. Michaels, just in time for Memorial Day weekend.
An eleventh-hour bill addressing the regulation of ride-share companies like Uber and Lyft is being hailed by stakeholders on both sides of the meter.
Ocean City officials are preparing for a possible expansion of ride-hailing services such as Uber and Lyft in the resort town.
Maryland regulators have approved a settlement with Uber that will place the popular ride share service under state regulation.
A couple of entrepreneurs realized that by solving their problem, they could help a lot of small businesses.
It’s one of the biggest games on television this weekend—and we are not talking about the Super Bowl. Puppy Bowl 11 is expected to bring in many viewers as dogs play their version of America’s game.
The D.C. Council has approved a bill that regulates popular ridesharing companies such as Uber and Lyft.
Montgomery County officials want to know how Uber expanded its popular ride-sharing service into Bethesda without applying for country licenses.
A Maryland lawmaker says the Legislature and not the state Public Service Commission should come up with policies to regulate Web-based ride-sharing services like Uber, after the PSC ruled this week that such companies should be treated the same way that tax-cab companies are.