By Ingrid Lunden (TechCrunch)
Uber is reportedly on track to go public in the first quarter next year, and in the
Lyft has finally gone public. After a hot debut, its stock price has begun sinking. What’s the deal?
By Hamilton Nolan (Splinter News)
When a company goes public, though, there are lots of bothersome reporting requirements and big investors who …
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.
"The short-term home rental platform’s previous policy of displaying profile pictures throughout the booking process increased the likelihood that hosts would discriminatorily deny lodging to people of color, whether because of racial animus or implicit bias." - Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law
Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law’s Statement in Response to Change in Airbnb’s Profile Picture Policy
The company ends a booking policy that …