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Joe Biden said he wants to make gig-workers full-time employees — but one of his top advisers previously helped Uber and Lyft avoid such a change in California


US tech firms like Uber, Lyft, and DoorDash could pay gig workers up to 15% of their compensation in stock under new proposal


Lyft is taking aim at Uber's booming food-delivery business with a delivery service of its own



Lyft's set to surge 33% on a ridership bounce-back and stronger path to profitability, Wedbush says


Uber and Lyft shares soar after Californians approve Prop 22, allowing ride-hailing companies to continue classifying their drivers as contractors


An Uber engineer says he quit after the company pressured employees to advocate for Prop 22, which would exempt ride-hailing companies from California's gig worker law



New York City will finally get electric scooter rentals this Spring


Uber, Lyft, and DoorDash have now spent more than $200 million on Prop. 22 — but there's still no guarantee it will pass


Lyft's head of transit says cities should keep catering to bikes and scooters even after the pandemic


A California appeals court unanimously upheld a ruling that Uber and Lyft must reclassify their drivers as employees under the state's gig work law


Prop 22 has courted the endorsement of California's NAACP president — and Uber and Lyft have paid her consulting firm $85,000 to boost the controversial measure


Uber and Lyft faced tough questions from California judges as they seek to keep classifying drivers as contractors



Uber's recovery is slowing down as a second coronavirus wave hits countries around the world, JPMorgan says


Major US companies are joining a crusade to give workers time off to vote on Nov. 3. From Apple to Salesforce, here are all the tech companies that are onboard.


The CEO of Just Eat Takeaway, one of the world's largest food delivery companies, reportedly pledged to stop relying on gig workers


150 of New York's biggest businesses send letter to Mayor de Blasio urging him to take action to reopen the city



Right-wing news sites, PR firms, and an online 'cultivated troll army' are all reportedly helping Uber and Lyft's push for Prop 22, which would classify drivers as contractors


Uber and Lyft have poured millions of dollars into a November ballot measure to keep California drivers paid as independent contractors without benefits


Insider Transportation: GM's risky battery bet, Uber avoids a shutdown, airports adapt to the age of coronavirus, and more


Uber and Lyft say the battle over AB-5 is about preserving flexibility for part-time gig workers. The reality is their businesses have become dependent on full-time drivers and they can't afford to pay them like employees.