As it stands, Uber and Lyft now have one week until they are forced to stop misclassifying their drivers.
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.
Militant strikes and protests against dangerous working conditions and low pay have spread through Brazil, Mexico, Chile, Argentina, and Ecuador.
The court issued a preliminary injunction, using harsh language about the rideshare companies' “prolonged and brazen refusal to comply with California law."
“In an open letter released on Thursday, dozens of academics proposed a set of principles to stop companies from influencing research with proprietary data and influence.
Uber’s power lies In information asymmetry. This EU court case could help end it.
Experts say the system violates drivers’ Constitutionally-protected due process rights.
After a wave of account takeovers, screenshots of an internal Twitter user administration tool are being shared in the hacking underground.
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.
Public records obtained by Motherboard from some of the nation's largest airports show why they struggle to provide clean, safe bathrooms for Uber and Lyft drivers.
Uber's new strategy is just like its old one. Make its money-losing business bigger by buying other money-losing businesses like Postmates.
JUMP wanted to create a better, more bike-friendly world. Former employees told Motherboard how getting acquired by Uber led to JUMP bikes being destroyed by the thousands.