1. Truth be Told: The 'Yes on Prop 22' ad  ABC 10 News
  2. Prop. 22 campaign, funded by Uber and Lyft, harasses a critic  Los Angeles Times
  3. Startups race to show what alternatives to Uber and Lyft could look like for California drivers  CNN
  4. How will Uber and Lyft's share prices fare against the state of California?  CMC Markets
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With hundreds of thousands of Uber and Lyft drivers facing uncertain futures in California, two startups hope drivers will take a chance on their alternative approaches to the ride-hail business. Uber and Lyft, which have built up massive fleets of drivers by treating them as independent contractors, are in the midst of a heated legal battle over […]

Startups race to show what alternatives to Uber and Lyft could look like for California drivers

Both Uber and Lyft’s share prices could encounter a roadblock in the face of legal challenges to classify drivers as employees rather than contractors.Both Uber and Lyft’s share prices could encounter a roadblock in the face of legal challenges to classify drivers as employees rather than contractors.

How will Uber and Lyft's share prices fare against the state of California? | Opto

As employers implement more invasive spyware to monitor remote employees', some employees are finding sneaky and savvy workarounds.(BUSINESS NEWS) As employers implement more invasive spyware to monitor remote employees' at-home activity, some employees are giving the finger to Big Brother with savvy and sneaky workarounds.

How remote workers are outfoxing company spyware - The American Genius

As employers implement more invasive spyware to monitor remote employees', some employees are finding sneaky and savvy workarounds.(BUSINESS NEWS) As employers implement more invasive spyware to monitor remote employees' at-home activity, some employees are giving the finger to Big Brother with savvy and sneaky workarounds.

How remote workers are outfoxing company spyware - The American Genius

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Editor's Note: This column was authored by Tahmineh Dehbozorgi.We gig workers and freelancers enjoy the leisure of having authority over our work schedules. Flexibility is the main reason we seek Editor's Note: This column was authored by Tahmineh Dehbozorgi.We gig workers and freelancers enjoy the leisure of having authority over our work schedules. Flexibility is the main reason we seek

Want To Save The Gig Economy? Let's Hope Prop. 22 Passes

Editor's Note: This column was authored by Tahmineh Dehbozorgi.We gig workers and freelancers enjoy the leisure of having authority over our work schedules. Flexibility is the main reason we seek Editor's Note: This column was authored by Tahmineh Dehbozorgi.We gig workers and freelancers enjoy the leisure of having authority over our work schedules. Flexibility is the main reason we seek

Want To Save The Gig Economy? Let's Hope Prop. 22 Passes

Voters got their chance to tune in to the two major political party conventions -- to hear politicians express their visions for improving the lives of workers and moving the economy forward.Voters got their chance to tune in to the two major political party conventions -- to hear politicians express their visions for improving the lives of workers and moving the economy forward.

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The ballot box campaign funded by Uber and Lyft is harassing a California law professorThe ballot box campaign funded by Uber and Lyft is harassing a California law professor.

Prop. 22 campaign, funded by Uber and Lyft, harasses a critic - Los Angeles Times

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Uber and Lyft are pushing a proposition this November they say is vital to their survival in California. Uber and Lyft are pushing a proposition this November they say is vital to their survival in California.

Truth be Told: Claims made in Yes on Proposition 22 ad

The ballot box campaign funded by Uber and Lyft is harassing a California law professor.The ballot box campaign funded by Uber and Lyft is harassing a California law professor.

Column: How millions from Uber and Lyft are funding the harassment of a critic

With hundreds of thousands of Uber and Lyft drivers facing uncertain futures in California, two startups hope drivers will take a chance on their alternative approaches to the ride-hail business. Uber and Lyft, which have built up massive fleets of drivers by treating them as independent contractors, are in the midst of a heated legal

Startups race to show what alternatives to Uber and Lyft could look like for California drivers - NewsChannel 3-12