It took me two hours to get an Uber Eats order yesterday, and it's a bigger problem than my grumbling stomach.
News & Analysis: Uber Technologies
Even as it still faces pandemic headwinds, business is back at record levels. Time to buy?
The ridesharing giant is experiencing so much demand, it doesn't have enough drivers to meet it.
Millennials still love Uber, but its stock will be stuck in the mud for the foreseeable future.
Diversification saved the ridesharing giant in 2020, and it'll propel the company forward in 2021.
The ridesharing service's drivers will now be eligible for vacation pay and pensions.
The two will cooperate on sharing data to better protect consumers.
The Golden Arches could generate shinier returns than the ride-hailing and food-delivery giant.
When stocks go on sale, we Fools go bargain hunting.
A look at a flood of tech earnings, with check-ins on recent results from Uber, Blackline, and Twitter.