TechCrunch: Aptiv takes its self-driving car ambitions (and tech) to China

Aptiv, the U.S. auto supplier and self-driving software company, is opening an autonomous mobility center in Shanghai to focus on the development and eventual deployment of its technology on public roads. The expansion marks the fifth market where Aptiv has…

Motley Fool: Autonomous Vehicles Won’t Save Uber and Lyft

No two companies have cannonballed onto the public markets like Uber and Lyft (NASDAQ:LYFT) are doing right now. Not only are the two ridesharing leaders making their debuts on the heels of one another, they’re also losing more money than any other…

Motley Fool: PagerDuty: Not Nearly As Irrelevant As It Sounds

Tech company PagerDuty (NYSE:PD) had its IPO on Thursday, and shares quickly rose more than 60% from their opening price. In today’s Market Foolery, host Mac Greer and Motley Fool analysts Ron Gross and Andy Cross explain what this company does, why…

TechCrunch: Uber, Lyft, and the challenge of transportation startup profits

Transit has always required subsidies – can Uber and Lyft escape history? Tracey Lindeman 7 hours How much does transportation cost you? In most cities, bus or subway fare might set you back $3 or so. A tank of gas,…

TechCrunch: Morgan Stanley — which is underwriting Uber’s IPO — is denying reports that it marketed a short-selling product to Lyft investors

It’s getting bare-knuckled out there again in the ride-hailing wars. According to a report earlier today from The Information, newly public Lyft threatened Morgan Stanley with legal action earlier this week, demanding in a letter that the powerful investment bank…