Lyft says it could leave California if drivers become employees

This post was originally published on this siteLyft CEO Logan Green said in a sworn statement that the ride-hailing company may cease operations “in all or some parts of California”

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Uber, Lyft, others pour $70 million more for Yes on 22 ballot campaign

This post was originally published on this siteGig companies have poured another $70 million into their ballot campaign to keep drivers and couriers as independent contractors — bringing

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Uber drivers to set own rates in parts of California

This post was originally published on this siteUber is letting drivers in Southern California and Sacramento set their own fares, a feature it will soon bring to the Bay Area and the entire

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24 Hour Fitness closes 10 Bay Area clubs, including four in San Francisco

This post was originally published on this site24 Hour Fitness is permanently shuttering 100 clubs, including 10 in the Bay Area. The closures include four clubs in San Francisco, and one each in

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California unemployment hits 15.5% in April — largest monthly job loss ever recorded

This post was originally published on this siteEvery major industry sector in California lost jobs at unprecedented levels in April as the state’s unemployment rate hit 15.5%, officials

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Sidecar lawsuit alleging Uber monopoly practices can continue, judge says

This post was originally published on this siteSidecar, the first ride-hailing company, got a federal judge’s OK to proceed with a lawsuit alleging that Uber used anticompetitive practices

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Judge: California Lyft drivers should be employees

This post was originally published on this siteA federal judge in San Francisco wrote Tuesday that “it is now clear” that Lyft drivers should be employees under California’s new

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Rides dwindle for Uber, Lyft, taxis as coronavirus makes Bay Area stay at home

This post was originally published on this siteSan Francisco Lyft driver Steven Smith is earning far less than minimum wage as ride requests have plunged since the shelter in place orders seeking

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Lime to ‘juicers’: The gig is up

This post was originally published on this siteSome scooter chargers — whose occupation didn’t even exist two years ago — are being switched from working as independent

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With delivery demand high, couriers are on the coronavirus front line

This post was originally published on this siteAs people frantically stock up to prepare for possible coronavirus home quarantines, some are outsourcing their panic buying, using delivery

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