Seattle’s City Council Fails Its Constituents

I don't know what possessed Seattle's city council to side with the taxicab cartel instead of siding with the residents of the city, but I do know that the move is utterly unjustified, goes against the interests of the residents of the city, and makes a mockery of free market competition. I can only hope …

Uber, Traditional Taxicabs and the Failure of Regulation

Read Larry Downes's comparison of UberX to a traditional metered cab, and you will readily understand why the following is happening: So traditional taxi and limo services are responding the only way they know how to—by using legal challenges and regulatory obstacles to block or even ban the services.  In some cities, including Portland and …