Pet stores, liquor stores, restaurants, and ghost kitchens are selling COVID rapid tests on Uber Eats and Seamless for as much as $80.
The landmark bill is the first of its kind in the United States to address the widespread lack of bathroom access for gig workers.
"When there’s rain or snow, you can make more money."
New York City made a cap on app commissions permanent, and gig companies aren't happy.
Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi tweeted his experience delivering on his own platform over the weekend, but drivers on Reddit say it doesn't match reality.
On Wednesday, more than 1,000 New York City e-bike delivery workers, known as Los Deliveristas Unidos, protested against working conditions on DoorDash, GrubHub, and Postmates.
According to data submitted by Uber to a Senate inquiry, drivers and delivery workers in Sydney make less than the minimum wage for casual workers, even at peak hours.
Militant strikes and protests against dangerous working conditions and low pay have spread through Brazil, Mexico, Chile, Argentina, and Ecuador.
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.