Edward Ongweso Jr
Uber let drivers in California preview destinations and set rates to prove their independence, but after Proposition 22 passed it's reconsidering those freedoms.
The company didn't apologize to its workers for working conditions that forced them to pee into bottles, just to a politician it mocked on Twitter.
'Anti Fund' will work on a subscription model, and Paul says his many followers could make up an 'army' to buoy the fund's investments.
A Temple University professor is asking West Philadelphia residents for stool samples with a flyer that claims "irresponsible development" may cause colon cancer.
The Bureau of Investigative Journalism found nearly half of the Deliveroo workers whose invoices were analyzed made below the legal minimum wage.
Palantir CEO Alex Karp demonstrated that tech companies see keeping the public uninformed as a top priority in a revealing clip.
Amazon is desperate to seem like a "progressive" workplace despite the evidence ahead of a historic union vote.
A response to a Freedom of Information request about Softbank's trading activity has revealed that the Uber and Wework investor is under investigation.
Biden is appointing a prominent antitrust scholar to a federal agency that likely won't be able to enact her bold vision without big changes
After what workers describe as a successful union-busting campaign, Ev Williams has announced to journalists who work for him that they should feel free to go.
Drivers working quickly, at odd hours, and with children, leave their vehicles on to shave seconds. Now, someone used that to steal a car.