Tens of thousands of workers will stage a massive work stoppage on July 20 to demand that corporations and the government confront systemic racism and police brutality.
Uber's new strategy is just like its old one. Make its money-losing business bigger by buying other money-losing businesses like Postmates.
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.
Essential workers worry they might bring the disease home to their immunocompromised family members. Some are quitting out of fear.
"Denying workers their rights during a public health crisis is immoral, irresponsible, and we cannot and will not stand for it.”
In a desperate bid, Uber wants a federal fix to the problem of its drivers wanting livable wages and healthcare coverage.
More than 100 ride-share drivers in California are asking to be reclassified as employees and receive three years' back pay from Uber and Lyft.
San Francisco restaurant Kin Khao doesn't do take-out or delivery. So why is it an option on Grubhub and Seamless?
Lizzo accused a Postmates courier of stealing her food, although the miscommunication was her fault. It's a symptom of broader disrespect for service workers in precarious jobs.