‘Uber and its peers in the sharing economy such as Lyft have argued their flexible relationship with drivers enables them keep prices low and expand rapidly’
‘We see the demand’
UberEATS launches lunch service in DC
What do you expect?
After a tough few weeks battling New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, Uber’s troubles in the Big Apple are far from over as the city government looks to clamp down on surge pricing.
‘Our broadest measure of gig workers (Gig 3) indicates that they accounted for up to 38.2 percent of job growth’
‘The cars are real’
‘A successful legal action against Uber could see substantial payouts for drivers, including compensation for past failures by the company to make appropriate payments to who we argue are their workers’
‘We believe the Metropolitan Taxicab Commission is on track to make the necessary code changes to allow Uber and other ride-hailing companies to operate in St. Louis at our July 29 meeting’
We should all be grateful that Uber has decided to give Mayor Bill de Blasio a black eye. He had it coming.
‘Uber and other smartphone-based ride apps rely on hails that only yellow cab drivers are allowed to pick up according to the city’s charter’
Abolish these, and lower classes can move up, study says
Don’t mess with the Sports Illustrated Swim model
‘Uber is ramping up its public relations battle against New York Mayor Bill de Blasio’
‘Misclassification of employees as independent contractors is found in an increasing number of workplaces’
‘Uber needs to restrain its hubris’
Ready For Hillary PAC prefers Uber 25:1 over regular taxis
New York City is a lost cause, let’s get on with fights we can win.
‘We’re seeing more creative ways to misclassify workers’