TULSA, Okla.

— Uber and Lyft are looking to become the next wave of ride-hailing services in the U.S. as they battle to compete against rivals like Lyft and AirBnB.

Uber is already offering a limited number of ride contracts and has been looking for ways to make its service more appealing to riders and landlords.

The ride-sharing company has recently launched a new service, UberPool, in partnership with a local hotel chain.

It has also launched its own mobile app and has hired more than 100 drivers to help drive traffic and get passengers from one location to another.

But the company’s focus on self-driving cars and other technology has raised concerns from some critics, including Uber drivers and some landlords.

“I’m not interested in getting ahead of the game, but I think it’s a good thing,” said John Stancil, a retired Uber driver and a landlord in Tulsa.

“People have a hard time with the concept of owning their own car.

You have to go and find a private car and have it driven by a company.”

Airbnb is another ride-service company that has been making inroads into the U, although it has struggled to attract and retain customers and has struggled in recent months to secure financing.

Airbnb, founded in 2005 and now owned by real estate investor Steve Case, has had a tough time raising cash, and it has been forced to raise prices to compete with more established rivals.

Airbnb says it has raised more than $5 billion from investors, but it says it is “in the process of building a global business.”

Airbnb said its drivers are responsible for a portion of all expenses, including gas and maintenance, but drivers are not responsible for cleaning, cleaning supplies and other costs.

Airbnb has also said that it is investing in its own fleet, building new headquarters in New York and San Francisco and launching new car rental service in Seattle and other U.s. cities.

“Airbnb is investing heavily in its self-hosting platform, and is in the process the largest driver-owned company in the world,” Airbnb said in a statement.

Uber, meanwhile, is looking to use technology to drive up the number of drivers it has on the road, hiring new drivers on a regular basis and increasing its supply chain, said Jason Greenblatt, Uber’s vice president of global operations.

Uber has also invested in driver-training programs to help drivers become more professional, and Greenblat said it has hired hundreds of new drivers in recent weeks.

“We are hiring a lot of new people to UberPool,” Greenblattsaid in an interview.

We are looking at new facilities and are in the midst of building new vehicles, new offices.” “

But we are also expanding our fleet.

We are looking at new facilities and are in the midst of building new vehicles, new offices.”

Airbnb has hired several thousand drivers to be part of its fleet, and the company said it would start offering some of its vehicles to landlords and other partners in October.

Airbnb and Lyft declined to comment.

Airbnb was one of the biggest players in the ride-booking business last year, taking in about $4 billion in revenue.

Lyft, meanwhile is valued at more than double that, at $3.7 billion.

Airbnb said it had $1.3 billion in cash on hand and had $6 million in cash and investments as of the end of the first quarter.

Airbnb CEO Dara Khosrowshahi said he is looking for companies to join its fold and is open to more funding.

“Our goal is to be the next Uber,” Khosrowshahi said in an emailed statement.

“If we don’t have investors, then we will have to compete.

But we will definitely be a competitor.”

Airbnb, however, has said it is not seeking a cash infusion from investors and that it has no plans to raise any money from the company.

Uber spokeswoman Kristin Murphy said the company would not be commenting on Uber’s financing plan, saying only that the company has been focused on building its driver workforce.

Uber also has faced criticism from critics for its failure to pay drivers for their services.

Uber recently started charging drivers a minimum hourly rate of $25 an hour and has said that its drivers would be paid as much as $12 an hour.

Airbnb is paying its drivers about $10 an hour, but its drivers say they would have to make more than that to be able to afford to rent their cars out to other people.

Airbnb recently introduced an increase in the rent it would charge a driver.

Uber said it was adding $20 an hour for drivers to cover operating costs and the increased rent will be applied to drivers’ base salaries and bonuses, including an increase to their base salary of $65,000 a year.

Airbnb’s drivers, who earn about $15 an hour at the moment, say that they can’t afford to pay as much, even if they receive