Some drivers say they find it hard to justify spending hours on the road for Uber or Lyft as fuel costs continue to tick upward.
A package of legislation from the City Council will set minimum pay and working conditions, placing New York at the forefront of regulating a multibillion-dollar industry.
Grubhub, Uber Eats and Door Dash have characterized a 15 percent cap on fees charged to restaurants as an unconstitutional measure that will hurt consumers.
Armed robbers are targeting delivery workers in New York, stealing the expensive electric bikes that are the key to their livelihood.
Virtual food brands, often driven by real celebrities, are rapidly spreading across the country. Do they help or hurt independent restaurants?
The Girl Scouts are also using virtual cookie booths and drive-through pickup sites to promote social distancing.
Delivery drivers have been essential to feeding New York, while boosting sales for companies like DoorDash and Uber. But they say work conditions have gotten worse.
Modeled after food delivery services in Seoul, a tiny Koreatown business keeps neighborhood restaurants running through the pandemic.
Uber had been courting Grubhub for months, but the food-delivery rival will sell itself to a European rival instead. Regulations are partly to blame.
The Dutch food delivery company beat out Uber to buy Grubhub, whose chief executive will oversee operations in North America.
While the apps say they are saving them in the pandemic, many restaurateurs say the opposite.
The SoftBank chief made some eye-opening arguments to justify his company’s poor investment performance.
Mergers are taking a hit during the pandemic, but there’s still an appetite for certain types of transactions.
A deal would unite two large players in food delivery as more people order in meals during the pandemic.