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Uber and Lyft Lose Big In California Appeals Court

Upworthy Friday, 23 October 2020
As Uber and Lyft blast millions of dollars and countless dishonest voter guides behind their looming ballot measure, a California ...
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An appeals court has dealt both Uber and Lyft a hefty blow, upholding a ruling that both companies must classify their drivers in California as employees.

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