Uber drivers joined a series of protests demanding a $15 minimum wage. What happens to the minimum wage in the gig economy?
The main problem with cars in the city is that they spend 95 percent of their time parked on a valuable piece of land. Carsharing changes that ratio, which gives cities the opportunity to reclaim the parking lot.
Since Uber doesn't categorize its drivers as employees, organizers admit they're having trouble finding the best way to get drivers recognized.
The company is trying to keep hosts from discriminating against renters by having users agree to a "community commitment," as well as getting rid of profile photos.
Airbnb issued its comprehensive report on racial prejudice on its service, and outlined a variety of changes to the service that it plans to make.
Can you trust the WiFi in the apartments you rent on Airbnb?
A professional dominatrix says Airbnb suspended her account because of her job—even though she wasn't using the app to do sex work. According to experts, this is completely legal.
The police came looking for the CEO of Arcade City, a Craigslist style listing service for various services.
The sharing economy is a thing of beauty and a thing of horror.
Women and minorities appear more likely to experience violence and discrimination on platforms like Uber and Airbnb. How did the gig economy go so wrong?