Uber's still fighting charges that it used misleading advertising in California.
Uber has built a dominating advantage when it comes to ground transportation in corporate travel. But cheap fares from Lyft, combined with happier drivers and more robust expense reporting tools, will likely lead to increased growth at the expense of Uber's dominant market share. The entry of ride hailing apps into the mainstream also presages a continued decline in both taxi rides and car rentals.
The arrival of ridesharing services is forcing the Las Vegas taxi industry to come clean on its excessive fees.
As Steve Jobs famously told the Dropbox CEO: What you have here is a feature, not a business.
We'd be interested in seeing where the remaining travel agents are concentrated and which specialties may be growing while others continue their decline.
It'll be interesting to see if automated car technology can cope with the traffic congestion in a city like Tokyo.
Uber needs a win in China, and that's looking harder every day than it once did.