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By Associated Press
The ride-hailing company, Uber, is under scrutiny after a whistleblower leaked more than 100,000 documents detailing the company's aggressive tactics as it expanded abroad, including efforts to curtail laws and regulations. The Washington Post's Doug MacMillan, who has been covering…
As Uber pushed into markets around the world, the ride-sharing service lobbied political leaders to relax labor and taxi laws and used a "kill switch" to thwart regulators and law enforcement.
From QR code menus to the adoption of pickup and delivery options to total organizational shifts, food industry businesses and workers across America have had to change or innovate in the face of COVID-19 and its economic impacts.
By Justin Stabley
A judge Friday struck down a California ballot measure that exempted Uber and other app-based ride-hailing and delivery services from a state law requiring drivers to be classified as employees eligible for benefits and job protections.
By Brian Melley, Associated Press
By PBS NewsHour
In our news wrap Friday, the White House confirmed the arctic storm has set back COVID-19 vaccine shipments, the U.S. is once again part of the Paris climate accord, the U.S. began allowing the first of thousands of asylum seekers…
NewsHour Weekend’s Laura Fong discusses some of the biggest stories she reported on in 2020: How COVID-19 and school shutdowns impacted students and how hundreds of American Samoans are stranded in the U.S. for months because the island territory closed…
By Cathy Bussewitz, Michael Liedtke, Associated Press
Uber is selling off its autonomous vehicles development arm to Aurora as the ride-hailing company slims down after its revenues were pummeled by the coronavirus pandemic.
Uber, Lyft and other app-based ride-hailing and delivery services spent $200 million in California to keep drivers from becoming employees eligible for benefits and job protections.
By Laura Fong
This November, Californians will vote on the future of gig work for rideshare and delivery drivers for companies like Uber, Doordash and Lyft. While a new state law categorizes the workers as ‘employees,’ the companies, who have put over $181…
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