The capitalist elites want everyone else to be temp workers trapped in demeaning, low-paying, part-time, service-sector jobs without job security or benefits. For a prime example of this, check out what Uber and Lyft have done to taxi drivers, and their own drivers, in New York City.
The ride-hailing firms have skirted traditional transportation laws, flooding the streets with cars for hire and causing economic hardship for licensed cabdrivers.
Taxi drivers are following a time-honored French tradition to register their discontent about Uber's ride-sharing business pushing in on their means of making a living: They're striking.
A California labor agency has determined that, at least in one instance, an Uber driver is actually an employee of the company, not an independent contractor who happens to rely on Uber-provided information to drive her business. But what does this mean for the ride-sharing behemoth?
The United Nations has withdrawn from a partnership with controversial ridesharing app Uber over fears for women’s safety.
In a bold move to reform its image, ride-share giant Uber has announced it will create 1 million jobs for women in the next five years.
Uber is on a mission to hire 50,000 veterans from the U.S. military over the next 18 months through its new UberMILITARY program.
The consumer watchdog gives the two most popular ride-sharing services its lowest possible grade.