Uber CEO Travis Kalanick just confirmed Uber is raising a US$1.2 billion round, but it still isn't closed and details remain scarce. What's taking Uber so long?
A new graphic in Caixin suggests that Didi Kuaidi owns more than 80 percent of China's car-hire services market. Uber barely has one-eighth of that.
A Sina Tech report suggests that Uber might be having trouble raising US$1B for its China subsidiary thanks to concerns about its financial outlook.
China's ridesharing app battlefield is fast turning into a cash-burning party.
It hasn't been a good week so far for Didi Kuaidi, China's biggest Uber competitor.
A new editorial in the CCP's official print mouthpiece suggests that a resolution for private-car apps may not be coming anytime soon.
A passenger says she was raped by the convicted-criminal driver of a ridesharing app in China. But which app was it?
Within the span of a week, we have three very different numbers popping up in the press about Uber’s business in China. What's going on?
Guangzhou sting on private car driver leads to protest, raises questions about Didi and Uber’s future
A recent protest in Guangzhou over private-car ridesharing apps highlights a new side of the debate over whether such apps should be legal in China - and the bi...
This week, Uber VP David Plouffe gave an exclusive interview to the China Daily at the International Transport Forum (ITF) in Leipzig, Germany. Apparently, Plou...
Another bad sign for private-car ridesharing apps as Beijing authorities order Didi to clean up its "illegal" Didi Express and Didi Zhuanche services.
It was just last week that Uber announced the launch of its new UberGreen electric car service in China with the rollout of a trial of ten electric cars in Wuha...
A mass protest by cab drivers in Luoyang led to Didi Dache and Kuaidi Dache offices in the city being closed by officials.
It's more trouble with the authorities for Chinese private-car apps, as Wuhan takes aim at Didi Dache's private car business.
Another week, another police raid on a local Uber office. Things are heating up in China.
Uber Guangzhou got raided last week, but the company still seems to be operating normally, aside from an apparent drop in the number of available drivers.
Do you like to drive fast and furious? This Taiwan startup gives hardcore drivers the data they crave
There’s a subset of people out there that aren’t just “car enthusiasts,” they’re “driving enthusiasts.” For them, driving isn’t a matter of going from place to ...