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Companies to contest ruling that California’s Proposition 22 on contractors is ‘unconstitutional’
Millions will be left unprotected when coronavirus pandemic safety net expires in September
Ride-share group’s employment model faces scrutiny from labour secretary Marty Walsh
Company expects to lure back drivers tired of working for food delivery apps
Marty Walsh says more drivers should be considered employees in challenge to business model of Uber and Lyft
The great autonomous consolidation continues.
Japanese carmaker also has a stake in Aurora, another autonomous vehicle business
Ride-sharing apps turn to bonuses and extra pay as they struggle to meet a rebound in demand
Company’s consumer-facing app could turn autonomous vehicles into viable commercial proposition
Questions remain over profitability and broader impact on society
Republicans continue supporting Trump’s false claims the US presidential election was fraudulent
Ride-sharing firm’s revenue and rider numbers improve but remain below pre-pandemic levels
Referendum on labour rules for platform companies is bad policymaking
Campaigners for gig economy workers dismayed after California vote
Voters back plan to let car-booking companies keep treating drivers as contractors rather than employees
Groups had threatened to cut off service at midnight if forced to treat drivers as employees
Ride-hailing apps are being told to reclassify their drivers as employees with corresponding rights
Court battle over making drivers employees could have far-reaching effects on gig economy legislation elsewhere
Cisco sinks on warning, Ripple’s new wave, ShiftCam lenses
Blind faith is not an effective long-term strategy
Smaller US companies suffered a profits wipeout in Q2 amid the Covid-19 crisis
Income at ride-sharing group falls by more than half from year-earlier period due to lockdowns
Ruling to give workers benefits will go into effect in 10 days unless halted on appeal
Closure of courts jams system used to carry out annual background checks
The problem with going green.