Photo provided courtesy of Unsplash.com. By William Krull, Staff Writer Spending nearly $200 million on their collective campaign effort, rideshare giants Uber, Lyft, and DoorDash were able to persuade California voters to affirm a proposition that would solidify the employment classification of “app-based drivers” as independent contractors.  Proposition […]
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By David Zvirman, Staff Writer Today, just about every one of us has taken a ride in an Uber or Lyft. Some have even driven for one of these companies, hoping to make a buck in the growing gig economy. Most, however, have likely never considered whether these drivers […]
By Nicole Prieto, Web Editor It is no news that ride-sharing services have had a bumpy relationship with the law for the last few years. Take then-Gov. Jan Brewer’s veto of a bill in 2014, for instance, that would have initially legalized ride-sharing in my home state of Arizona. […]
By Mike Jones, Editor-in-Chief Pittsburgh has reached the culmination of what it has been working toward: becoming the hub of technology and innovation in the United States. On Sept. 14, Uber introduced its first self-driving cars, and the online transportation behemoth gave Yinz the first opportunity to test them. […]