Sidecar, Uber, Lyft not happy with Seattle’s ‘anti-competitive’ proposed ride-sharing regulations

The City of Seattle’s proposed regulations for ride-sharing startups, which will be discussed at Friday’s City Council meeting, are not making companies like Sidecar and Uber very happy. (Lyft is not pleased, either. Story updated with comment from the company below) The draft ordinance would require ride-sharing companies, among a bevy of other rules, to obtain a $50,000… Read More