Proposition 22 seems to be doing what gig companies like Grubhub promised it wouldn’t: raising prices and cutting driver earnings.
A group of New York senators are demanding that ride-share and food delivery workers be added to a vaccine priority list that includes "essential workers" but excludes gig workers.
Profitboss lets restaurants set up their own digital delivery ordering while reducing the cost.
Restaurants say Grubhub is giving them orders for food they don't make and can't fulfill.
Essential worker status didn't stop the man from being detained by police on video while delivering food for DoorDash-owned Caviar.
NYC is passing a series of bills that seek to rein in one of the gig economy’s more lucrative fronts: food delivery.
With dining rooms still closed in most states, many of us are lamenting the sky-high fees of delivery apps—and they aren't helping restaurants, either.
Desperate GrubHub, UberEats, and DoorDash delivery workers report peeing between cars, in bushes, and on construction sites amid the pandemic.
DoorDash, GrubHub, UberEats, and Caviar workers say an influx of orders caused a “cluster bomb" and a "total disaster" all over the country.
“You have a responsibility to protect their health and the public’s health.”
The assembly bill is the latest silo in California's war against Silicon Valley's exploitative practices.