Rideshares were once the darlings of Wall Street, but now they’re being exposed.
Uber says it will not comply with AB5, a new California law that would require it to classify drivers as employees.
In which an out-of-service public transport service yields some ridiculous morning commute price estimates.
Uber lost another $5.2 billion this quarter and continues to lose money. For now, we're just getting subsidised rides from Silicon Valley investors.
The company's disjointed, decentralised strategy makes it almost immune to labour action.
That reusable cotton tote is polluting the air and water way more than a plastic bag.
The London Mayor wants to take the taxi platform to task, but it's drivers, not bosses who are losing out.
Only in New Orleans.
Trade unions are looking to the past for inspiration in how to mess with their exploitative employers.
What could go wrong?
Combined walk outs have shown its possible to fight back against bosses even in the most difficult of circumstances.
“I hope they understand what we do is a really hard job, so they have to pay us good money. It's not an easy job.”