This Fourth of July weekend, we are partnering with Mothers Against Drunk Driving® (MADD) to thank thousands of Uber driver-partners for making sure revelers have access to a safe ride home. As part of this nationwide public service campaign, we are asking our riders to help us support this important mission by taking the MADD pledge to not drink and drive.
The 83rd annual U.S. Conference of Mayors was recently held in San Francisco. Uber was excited to participate and welcome many of the nation’s mayors to our home city.
Today we’re excited to announce the new Affiliate Program. Starting tomorrow, US based developers can earn $5 (USD) for every new US-based Uber user they refer.
Today we are announcing we have expanded our PayPal integration to 9 new countries. Riders in Canada, Greece, Hong Kong, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Singapore, Sweden and Switzerland will be able to pay for rides with PayPal’s safe and secure payments system directly from the Uber app.
Uber driver-partners Bob, Luigi, and Gabriel have all been able to overcome the adversity faced by people with disabilities in the job marketplace. Instead of being limited by what makes them unique, all three are redefining mobility — for themselves and their communities.
Dozens of veteran and active military leaders from Student Veterans of America (SVA) gathered at Uber HQ in San Francisco this past weekend for a two-day summit on leadership, technology and bridging the military-civilian divide.
Uber is proud to join the EAT (RED) DRINK (RED) SAVE LIVES campaign to drive money and awareness to fight AIDS. This week, UberEATS will join thousands of restaurants, bars, and businesses in supporting (RED)’s annual culinary campaign.
In 2010, Uber started with a modest goal — to better enable San Franciscans to more easily and reliably get around their city. Five years later, Uber now coordinates millions of rides in San Francisco and the surrounding area every month, helping to bring the city’s people, businesses, and neighborhoods closer together.
In March we announced the release of our Request endpoint and our very first virtual hackathon on Challengepost.com. Since then, over 1500 developers from around the world have participated in our two month long hackathon, with over 95% of them taking advantage of our Request endpoint.
On Friday, we kicked off our brand new “On The Road” series on Periscope. With this series, we’ll give you an inside look at all of your favorite celebrities — this time we caught up with Jason Derulo, who just released his album “Everything is 4.”