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Market movers: Stocks that saw action on Wednesday - and why
u.s. business
A judge declared California’s gig worker law unconstitutional. What happens now?
world
U.S. court rules California gig worker initiative is unconstitutional
international business
Uber, Lyft take different spending routes in race to add drivers
inside the market
Market movers: Stocks that saw action on Wednesday - and why
u.s. business
Lyft to resume shared rides in U.S. for first time since COVID-19 pandemic began
investment ideas
China’s Didi valued at US$80-billion in mega U.S. IPO as shares soar
investment ideas
Chinese ride-hailing giant Didi targets US$60-billion-plus valuation in NYSE debut
investment ideas
China’s ride-hailing giant Didi sets stage for mega New York float
international business
U.S. Labour Department rescinds Trump-era rule affecting gig workers
international business
Toyota buying Lyft’s self-driving technology unit for $550-million
u.s. business
Lyft sells self-driving tech unit to Toyota for $550-million, moves up profit timeline
opinion
On gig workers’ rights, Ottawa is sleeping on the job
Gary Mason
Gary Mason
world
House passes labour rights expansion, but Senate chances are slim
inside the market
Market movers: Stocks that saw action on Wednesday - and why
u.s. business
Lyft says cost cuts, coming ride recovery could bring third-quarter profit
opinion
Gig economy workers need better protections
The Editorial Board
u.s. business
U.S. government awards federal transportation contract to Uber, Lyft
u.s. politics
From magic mushrooms to gig workers: Other issues voted on in the U.S. election
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u.s. business
Uber and Lyft shares jump with California set to pass controversial Proposition 22
u.s. business
Californians to vote on controversial gig-worker ballot proposal
u.s. business
California court upholds ruling that Uber, Lyft drivers are employees
u.s. business
Lyft rides rise 7.3% in August from prior month
opinion
A legal reckoning in the gig economy is good news for workers
The Editorial Board
road sage
Who are the biggest losers if Uber and Lyft get their way in California?
Andrew Clark
Andrew Clark
u.s. business
California court ruling paves way to stave off Uber, Lyft shutdown
u.s. business
Uber may be forced to shut down California ride services over new driver ruling
international business
Judge blocks Uber, Lyft from classifying drivers as contractors in California
u.s. business
Uber, Lyft drivers now considered employees under California law
u.s. business
Lyft says May rides jump 26 per cent from prior month
international business
Uber to make masks mandatory for drivers and passengers as of May 18
investment ideas
Wall Street bullish on ride-hailing firms on lower driver costs, recovery signs
u.s. business
Lyft sees rider demand improve in late April, ‘on path to profitability’