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D.C. Cabbies Again Choking City Streets To Protest Rideshare Companies

D.C. cab drivers are participating in a “caravan for fairness” Wednesday, demanding legislation from the city council that would require rideshare companies like Uber and Lyft to follow the same regulations as taxi companies.


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DC Taxi Commission Cracks Down on Uber Drivers

The D.C. Taxicab Commission is cracking down on Uber drivers for accepting street hails, but Uber says the commission is abusing its power.


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Uber, Lyft Given OK to Operate in Virginia

Virginia is allowing ride-sharing companies Uber and Lyft to operate under a temporary agreement between the companies and the state, officials said Wednesday.


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Uber Driver Allegedly Sexually Assaults Passenger

An Uber cab driver has been accused of sexually assaulting a passenger, police say.


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Uber Driver Assaulted During Robbery in Arlington

An Uber driver was assaulted and robbed by two men in Arlington after midnight Thursday.


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D.C. Cab Drivers Choke Streets To Protest Rideshare Companies

Dozens of D.C. cab drivers blared their horns and blocked traffic for blocks near the Wilson Building Wednesday to protest rideshare companies like Lyft and Uber.


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Virginia DMV Issues Cease and Desist Orders to Uber, Lyft

The Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles sent cease and desist letters to Uber and Lyft Thursday, ordering the ride-sharing companies to stop operating in the state.


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Uber, Maryland Battling Over Carrier Permit

Maryland’s Public Service Commission has ordered a company that links people seeking rides with freelance drivers to apply to operate as a for-hire carrier.


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Beyond Twitter: The Next Wave of Tech IPOs Brews

Just as one high-tech breakthrough often paves the way for the next big thing, technology IPOs move in virtuous cycles, too.



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