Both public transit and ride-hail have seen a drop in demand due to COVID-19, and priority vaccine access would give Uber an edge.
Uber says it’s committed to improving safety and working conditions. So why is it firing French drivers calling attention to both?
“Capitalism has gone too far. The gig economy is killing people.”
Four years have passed since an antitrust lawsuit was first filed against Uber. It still has the potential to disrupt the company’s business model.
Uber says it will not comply with AB5, a new California law that would require it to classify drivers as employees.
In an attempt to fight poverty and congestion, the city may end up hurting drivers.