A high-end car service company has adjusted to the coronavirus outbreak by delivering the rich's Manhattan bills, letters, and magazines.
Tips from customers increased over the past few weeks, but only slightly. Buildings have stopped letting deliveries inside to hand off food.
"I thought I'd be getting fat-ass tips. I'm not getting fat-ass tips."
This all started in mid-September when Lizzo used Postmates to place a delivery order from Luke's Lobster in Boston.
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.
FedEx has cut ties with Amazon, which means that in the long term, Amazon will be doing more deliveries itself.
After a spate of bad press, the company says it will no longer repurpose workers' tips to pay their wages.
"I was just dumbfounded," said Chris Payton—but he's not the only victim of food delivery theft.
Pizza lets you know who you can trust—and who would kill and eat you on a deserted island.
Plus, Starbucks baristas never want to listen to the 'Hamilton' soundtrack again.