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Uber Will Treat Hiring As A Privilege Says Uber in the Rideshare’s Strategy Memo

As the company pivots away from growth and towards earnings, it will be hiring less drivers and being ”hardcore” about how it spends

These Companies Will Help Staffers Pay for Out-of-State Abortions

In response to the Supreme Court potentially flipping Roe v. Wade, several companies have unveiled plans to help employees get abortion care

You May Now Go Maskless in Uber and Lyft, and Even Ride Up Front

Now that a federal judge has made it legal to fly without masks the ride-sharing companies say you can show your face in their vehicles too

Lyft Joins Uber in Adding Temporary Fuel Surcharge

“Given the rapid rise in gas prices we’ll be asking riders to pay a temporary fuel surcharge, all of which will go to drivers,” Lyft spokesperson CJ Macklin said.
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As Fares Rise and Rates Plummet, California Rideshare Drivers Are Staging a Strike

At a series of protests across the state, Uber and Lyft drivers will call for the Senate to pass a piece of pro-union legislation
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Uber and Lyft Fares Are Soaring in L.A.—and the Spike Is a Long Time Coming

A combo of fewer drivers and higher demand is driving up rideshare prices, but some drivers say ongoing labor issues made this perfect storm inevitable
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Rideshare Drivers and Labor Groups Are Suing to Overturn Prop 22

They claim the measure violates the California state constitution
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A New Rideshare Option Is Coming to L.A.—and It Employs Its Drivers

Texas-based Alto is positioning itself as a safer—and, yes, pricier—alternative to Uber and Lyft
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MADD Shows Support for Rideshare Corporation-Backed Prop 22

The anti-drunk driving group argues that more ridesharing could mean fewer traffic accidents
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Flying Cars Could Be a Reality Within the Decade. Will L.A. Be Ready?

Eric Garcetti's office is working with the World Economic Forum on a plan for 'urban air mobility'