Proposition 22, supported by companies such as Uber and Lyft, would exempt the gig economy from reclassifying workers as employees.
Uber's PR push reminds us that Uber's business model relies on mistreating its drivers, and now it's threatening to leave California 'for a while' if it has to make them employees.
Uber’s power lies In information asymmetry. This EU court case could help end it.
A lack of communication and Uber’s past method of tackling Covid-19 doesn’t inspire confidence.
Uber suspended not just hundreds of riders but two drivers from the platform, temporarily cutting them off from a source of income.
One small Canadian town took 25,000 Uber rides in less than a year.
The study counters one of the big selling points of app-based ride-hailing services—namely, that people can get rides on demand no matter the color of their skin or their appearance.
The government-backed 'Le.Taxi' isn't a real threat — yet.