Gig workers' livelihoods are increasingly ruled by mysterious — and unpredictable — software.
A group of ride share drivers have sued New York over unemployment hold ups.
Uber and Lyft both have quarterly earnings call this week.
Gig platforms have long been ambivalent about encouraging tips that many workers depend on.
Lyft says it’s a more equitable way to give out bonuses for rides, but some drivers say it’s eating into their profits.
Prices could rise for rideshare services, especially in places like airports where demand is high.
The future of the auto industry is uncertain as ride-sharing, self-driving vehicles and other technologies evolve.
The protest against pay and working conditions comes as the companies go public.
Uber and Lyft drivers are banding together to launch a strike on Wednesday in several major American cities.