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AirBnB files a suit that could change everything

Jun 28, 2016
The company is suing San Francisco to stop fines over unregistered apartment rentals
A protester props up a sign during a demonstration outside of an apartment building that allegedly evicted all of the tenants to convert the units to AirBnb rentals on July 29, 2014 in San Francisco, California.
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Startup creates neighbor-to-neighbor food sharing

Nov 25, 2015
You can order homemade dishes online and then pick them up from a neighborhood cook.

When sharing is scaring

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Aug 20, 2015
After horror stories, debate grows over how to keep users of new services safe.

Uber will tell you your passenger rating now

Jul 29, 2015
You score drivers and they score you. Can you beat Kai's score?

Homejoy shuts its doors

Jul 22, 2015
And what it could mean for the future of the sharing economy.

Who's an employee?

Jul 15, 2015
The Department of Labor has issued guidance on classifying workers.

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Reversing a trend, Instacart checks out part-timers

Jun 22, 2015
The company is reclassifying some of its independent contractors.

In a sharing economy, labor laws fall short

Apr 23, 2015
Legal experts say 80-year-old labor laws don't work in today's economy.

Juries to decide if Uber drivers are 'contractors'

Mar 12, 2015
Pending lawsuits could upend the way Uber and its smaller rival, Lyft, operate.
Uber's new delivery service offers to pick up your toothpaste, allergy medicine and a list of other items from the convenience store for you.
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