Each service will be limited to 150 drivers at any given time.
A totally optimized taxi network would produce 40 percent fewer trips.
The all-you-can-move sharing system Project 100 launches this summer, but many questions remain.
A new study suggests Airbnb cuts into hotels' business. But is that necessarily a bad thing?
They say they're trying to protect riders.
Questions over just who can be held liable in the "sharing economy" are coming to a head.
A friendly first hearing on Capitol Hill.
Technology is poised to seriously disrupt some of the last remaining domains: government, city hall, and your neighborhood.
Companies like Airbnb and Etsy are redefining what it means to have a "job." Is that good for the economy?
Unlock the bike with a smartphone and grant access to friends.
The company says it wants to work with the city to pay occupancy taxes.
When you're hitching a ride with Uber, Sidecar, or Lyft, it's not always clear who's liable in the event of an accident.
The sharing economy moves into a new niche: dinner. Will queasy eaters and regulators buy in?
A start-up has recruited hundreds of dinner party hosts across Europe and South America. It's coming to New York -- will it succeed?
Own a small, cheap-to-operate electric vehicle for workaday commutes, and access to a sports car or SUV whenever you want.
A nation of freelancers can't afford their own summer homes. But a return to co-vacationing means they won't have to.
We're about to find out.
A question in dire need of a legal answer.
The dormitory meets the real world.
Multimillionaire Graham Hill has taken a lot of heat since his New York Times column, but he's still out there trying to sell his "living with less" message.