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The law challenges the business model of the rideshare platforms and others which depend on workers taking on 'gigs' as independent contractors.
Under Assembly Bill 5, workers in California must be designated as employees if their work or performance is controlled by the company, and part of that company's regular business
(UPDATED) Lyft's launch is the first of what is expected to be a wave of IPOs from venture-backed startups worth more than $1 billion, known in Silicon Valley as 'unicorns'
The move, as reported by the Wall Street Journal, comes a day after Lyft launched the process to take the company public with a stock offering
The ride-sharing rivals try to lower monthly travel costs for passengers with a new subscription model
Joe and his fellow DNCE members JinJoo Lee Cole Whittle and Jack Lawless disguise themselves as they go on a ride with unsuspecting passengers in LA
A socially responsible and driver friendly reputation buoys Lyft as Uber faces questions about its culture
Nobody knows their Lyft driver is Demi Lovato until the big reveal
The tech giant and the ride hailing company join Ford Volvo and start up Lyft as founding members of the Self Driving Coalition for Safer Streets
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If every state is left to go its own way operating self driving cars across state boundaries would be an unworkable situation says Google s Chris Urmson
Singapore s Land Transport Authority says the apps will have to apply for a three year certificate of registration starting from the second quarter of next year