Salesforce chief executive Marc Benioff and Uber chief executive Travis Kalanick on stage at’s Dreamforce conference in San Francisco. Photo: Jakub Mosur Photograph

Uber wants to make “transportation as reliable as running water,” its chief executive Travis Kalanick told Salesforce. com’s Dreamforce conference. Sp(...)

 Salesforce  has hired a cruise ship to serve as a floating hotel for almost 1,100 attendees at its Dreamforce conference in San Francisco. Photo: Jakub Mosur Photography

When it comes to the larger tech conferences, accommodation for attendees can often be a problem. Nowhere is this more apparent than Salesforce. com’(...)

An Uber car in New York: an article in Business Insider advised giving an extra cash tip  if you want a five-star rating. Photograph: Sam Hodgson /The New York Times

On a reporting expedition to Los Angeles recently, I realised I could stop renting cars. I would never again have to brave the LA freeway behind the w(...)

Uber has faced criticism for how it handles user and driver data

Uber and Snapchat are both trying to improve the security of their products, as the tech groups attempt to counter criticism they are not doing enough(...)

Taxi-hailing service icon:  Uber’s “negligence, fraud and other unlawful actions caused plaintiff’s sexual assault”, according to a suit filed in a US federal court. Photograph: David Ramos/Getty Images

An Uber passenger in Delhi suffered a “horrific and brutal rape” due to the controversial taxi app company’s “inadequate and disingenuous commitm(...)

Downfall of O’Reilly Sir Anthony O’Reilly was forced to sell of his assets to meet his debts, largely accrued in the fight with Denis O’Brien fo(...)

Baidu is the latest big-name investor, joining the likes of Goldman Sachs and Google, to place a bet on the fast-growing transportation company, now valued at a hefty $40 billion

Chinese Internet giant Baidu has agreed to buy a stake in Uber as the online car-hailing service seeks to gain ground on rivals with powerful backers (...)

The Uber app: The car-sharing service got caught in a row with journalists after a senior executive Emil Michael  suggested the firm would hire people in particular to dig up dirt on PandoDaily editor Sarah Lacy.

The last couple of months have not exactly been a high point for women in the tech sector. There was Microsoft chief executive Satya Nadella’s unfortu(...)

Uber, the immensely popular taxi-hailing service, has said in the past that it has had a strained relationship with the media. It is likely not going (...)

Uber is in fundraising mode again to bring in about $1 billion to finance   expansion. Photograph: Bloomberg

Uber is in fundraising mode again to bring in about $1 billion to finance its rapid international expansion, said people familiar with the situation. (...)