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Uber and Lyft Downshift Following California Driver Ruling

Upworthy Friday, 23 October 2020
Uber and Lyft trade lower after an appeals court rules they must treat their drivers in California as employees instead of independent...
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News video: Appeals Court Upholds Ruling Classifying Lyft, Uber Drivers As Employees Amid Crucial Prop. 22 Vote

Appeals Court Upholds Ruling Classifying Lyft, Uber Drivers As Employees Amid Crucial Prop. 22 Vote 00:52

A state appeals court ruled against Uber and Lyft on Thursday, upholding an injunction saying the ride-hailing giants must reclassify drivers as employees.

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