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Why Lyft and Uber drivers did their largest strike ever

Can TV take down the cult of the tech founder?

Why Hertz’s big Tesla deal is such a blockbuster

The battle for the future of “gig” work

Ride-sharing companies are pushing to make a third category of "independent" worker the law of the land. Drivers say the notion of independence is little more than a mirage.

Biden’s labor secretary says gig workers should be considered employees

Trump issued a pardon for the man at the center of an epic fight between Google and Uber

Live results for California’s Proposition 22 on ride-hailing drivers

Oh great, now we’re running out of bikes

DoorDash’s anti-worker tactics have backfired spectacularly

It’s not just passengers being assaulted in Ubers. Drivers are at risk, too.

Uber’s sexual assault report won’t hurt it as badly as other incidents

DoorDash and Uber Eats aren’t collecting sales tax on delivery fees in some states. That could be a problem.

A landmark law disrupted the gig economy in California. But what comes next for Uber drivers?

How the tech unicorns of 2019 are doing on the stock market

Uber’s baffling claim that its drivers aren’t core to its business, explained

Austin’s failed attempt to regulate Uber and Lyft foreshadowed today’s controversies

Have we hit peak “tech” company?

Uber and Lyft say they don’t plan to reclassify their drivers as employees

Uber Eats doesn’t plan on eating its competition — for now

How Travis Kalanick’s foes tried using the New York Times to force him out of Uber

Scooters may be a better business than Uber or Lyft, says Lime president Joe Kraus

The Uber-Waymo dispute returns — this time in criminal court

Uber lost an eye-popping $5 billion in a single quarter

Mayor Pete Buttigieg talks about systemic racism, regulating tech, and the divided Democratic Party on Recode Decode

Postmates has explored a sale to Uber or DoorDash instead of going public

Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon: the Code Conference interview (transcript)

The high-stakes battle between Uber executives and drivers in California, explained

Uber had a terrible first day as a public company. It might not matter at all.

SoftBank, the most powerful — and controversial — tech investor in Silicon Valley, explained

Driver strikes didn’t break Uber — but they showed gig economy workers are mad

The Uber strike shows how drivers remain one of the company’s biggest liabilities

Tech is “flunking” the diversity test, says activist and venture capitalist Freada Kapor Klein

Ford CTO Ken Washington explains why self-driving cars are such a hard tech problem

Uber battles its own history in a historic IPO filing

Investing in Uber’s IPO means investing in Uber’s rivals

Why companies like Lyft and Uber are going public without having profits

How New York City earned its reputation for being tough on tech

Lyft’s IPO filing shows how founders create their own supremacy in Silicon Valley

“I’m moving out of state”: How some Uber and Airbnb employees are trying to avoid California income tax

Uber and Lyft are in a battle for user loyalty, and riders may win

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