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Uber and Lyft get a temporary reprieve from California shut-down order

engadget Thursday, 20 August 2020
Uber and Lyft can continue to operate in California thanks to a last-minute ruling that grants the companies a temporary stay while they appeal a previous court order to re-classify their drivers as employees.The stay comes less than 12 hours before...
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