In New York City, where more than a foot of snow could accumulate when all is said and done, Uber is capping surge pricing from Saturday 8 a.m. EST until Mayor Bill de Blasio declares the end of the city’s snow emergency.
Uber has won this round of legislative jiu-jitsu with the New York City government. On Friday, New York City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito announced that the transportation giant would not be facing regulations on its surge pricing
Today, Gett, the on-demand black car service centered in the Big Apple, launched its first-ever “Better Fares Than Uber Or Your Money Back” guarantee in New York City. Simply email your Uber receipt to Gett if you find a cheaper ride
Google is the anchor tenant of a massive redevelopment of the abandoned Pier 57 in New York City into SuperPier. World class chef and CNN host Anthony Bourdain will bring an international food market to the complex.
Airbnb has released an internal report showing data from New York City hosts, and it would appear 55 percent of hosts are breaking the city's laws by renting out a full apartment for less than 30 days.
Well, this is certainly a bit different. Microsoft's new Christmas ad isn't some effort to mock a rival's product or even trumpet its own, but instead to spread some seasonal cheer by having a love-in with none other than Apple.
On Monday, Governor Andrew Cuomo unveiled a new mobile app effort called See Something, Send Something designed to bolster New York's "ability to fight terrorism." The app app allow users to send tips to law enforcement officials.
Not all of us have the luxury of living in the same city, same state, or even same country as our parents, which is why Nina Keneally has introduced NeedAMom, the service that allows you to rent a mother for the most dire of your days.
The New York City Taxi and Limousine Commission is piloting a program that will install GPS-based fare meters in 1,000 of its yellow taxi cabs. The pilot will also replace the irritating “Taxi TVs” with new payment systems.