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.
Photos show Uber’s office in the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou being raided by authorities last night.
Passengers love all the new ridesharing and taxi apps. Regulators hate them. But what do the drivers think about them?
Regulatory risk is the Sword of Damocles that's hanging over the industry's head. But there's another danger to ridesharing apps that seems to be creeping up...
Are taxi apps like Uber legal in China? Right now, authorities say no. But drivers are starting to bring their fight into China's court system.
Singapore’s Parliament has proposed new laws for the regulation of third-party taxi booking apps such as Uber and GrabTaxi.
Yet another Chinese Uber-style app has raised a big sum of money, and interestingly it's Uber partner Baidu who led the round.
GrabTaxi, the taxi booking app that started in a small room in Malaysia in 2011, has come a long way. From barely having a ceiling fan and no internet except mobile, as co-founder and CEO Anthony Tan ...
Uber and the Times of India Group today jointly announced a new partnership that will help the on-demand car service with its roll-out across India.
Ola, India’s top homegrown on-demand car service, is trying something new today with the launch of Ola Cafe.
The future of ridesharing and transportation apps in China remains unknown.
Uber put Ola and other local on-demand taxi services in India under intense pressure in a price war after entering India in 2013. TaxiForSure found it hard to keep up, so a merger works out better for...
The move could help the firm win over more consumers, and also help place it in a more favorable legal position.
Line Taxi is taking advantage of a key partnership with a local taxi company’s army of cars, expanding its reach far beyond that of Uber’s.
Alibaba and Tencent ramped up the taxi-booking battle in China by incorporating the startup services in their own mobile apps.