They don’t need anything more than to keep more money for the services they provide….. Uber drivers will strike tomorrow for 24 hours in these cities Uber drivers will strike tomorrow for 24 hours in London, Birmingham and Nottingham. It is part of a push for higher fares and more working rights.
San Francisco wants more data about gig economy workers Cities all over the world have been hit with the rise of on-demand services like Lyft, Uber, DoorDash, Postmates, Caviar and so many others in recent years. Last year, there were 5.4 million on-demand workers in the country. This year, there are an estimated 6.8 million[…]
It could have been a lot worse….for Uber. Uber settles for $148 million with 50 U.S. states over 2016 data… Uber Technologies Inc has settled with the top legal officers in all 50 U.S. states over a massive data breach that the company failed to disclose in 2016, resolving one of the more catastrophic embarrassments[…]
Nothing to see here…. Drivers for Uber, Lyft are earning less than half of what they did four years ago, study finds By Drivers for online platforms including Uber and Lyft are making less than half of what they did four years ago, even as more and more people are drawn into working for them.[…]
Uber Drivers Take Riders the Long Way-at Uber’s Expense When ferrying passengers to and from Phoenix’s airport, Uber driver Michelle Blandy had a decision to make: Go the short way or take the longer route. “If they were from out of town, I would take advantage of it by going the longer route,” said Ms.[…]
Uber Hit With Cap as New York City Takes Lead in Crackdown Even as Uber has become one of Silicon Valley’s biggest success stories and changed the way people across the globe get around, the company has faced increased scrutiny from government regulators and struggled to overcome its image as a company determined to grow[…]
Taxi and Uber Drivers Are United in Backing a Cap on Ride-Hail Vehicles As New York City weighs new regulations for Uber and other ride-hail companies, a group that is often overlooked has entered the spotlight: the thousands of drivers who ferry New Yorkers across the city every day.
Why Silicon Valley Doesn’t Mind Rising Gas Prices Gas prices have been steadily climbing since February 2016. The Drudge Report, always with a finger on the pulse of America’s anxieties, blared a warning about the soaring gas prices in its lead headline on Tuesday. With new investments all over the transportation industry, what happens in[…]