Uber reaches tentative settlement with drivers arbitrating over employment status and expense reimbursement

A tentative settlement to pay out 11 cents for every mile driven for Uber (including adjacent services like Uber Eats) to drivers who have been in individual arbitration with the company over their employment classification.

Uber reaches tentative settlement with drivers arbitrating over employment status and expense reimbursement

By Ingrid Lunden (TechCrunch)

Uber is reportedly on track to go public in the first quarter next year, and in the

An Employment Cloud Hangs Over The Ridesharing Space

"While [drivers] can choose the hours [they] work, pay can be inconsistent and some drivers are incentivized to drive at hours [they] may not prefer, all for the lure of extra pay. So what does this actually make drivers – true independent contractors, or something else?" -- The Rideshare Guy

An Employment Cloud Hangs Over The Ridesharing Space

By John Ince (The Rideshare Guy)

A cloud hangs over the entire ridesharing industry. It’s a legal cloud of ambiguity as to …

Black Entrepreneurs Launch First Ever Blockchain-Cryptocurrency Health Tech Company in the United States

Co-founders Alan E. Bottorff and Dr. Seth Crapp joined forces with a group of experts to create a unique blockchain platform that securely stores medical records and correspondences between patients and physicians through encrypted transmissions.

Black Entrepreneurs Launch First Ever Blockchain-Cryptocurrency Health Tech Company in the United States

Orlando, FL (BlackNews.com) — Teledactyl Blockchain, LLC is officially open for business. The health tech blockchain and cryptocurrency company launched its initial coin offering