DoorDash, GrubHub, UberEats, and Caviar workers say an influx of orders caused a “cluster bomb" and a "total disaster" all over the country.
With dining in a no-go, food delivery apps are an easy way to reach a huge customer base. But a number of restaurants say it’s a deal with the devil.
The company announced plans to leave in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic when demand for food delivery is reportedly increasing.
Tips from customers increased over the past few weeks, but only slightly. Buildings have stopped letting deliveries inside to hand off food.
The assembly bill is the latest silo in California's war against Silicon Valley's exploitative practices.
In less than two weeks, Uber Eats and Foodora couriers in Japan and Norway have formed the first unions representing delivery app workers.
What could possibly go wrong?