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  • Over the past 27 days, UBER's stories per day has been in a clear downtrend, falling by about 0.32 per 2 days.
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Yahoo | November 28, 2022

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Yahoo | November 27, 2022

This Key Advantage Makes Uber the Gig-Economy Stock to Own

Uber (NYSE: UBER) has fully recovered from the COVID-19 pandemic. The trend shows Uber is taking market share from its smaller rival. There's one key advantage that is giving Uber the ability to grow its ridership faster than Lyft, and that advantage could also help it take on competitors in the delivery space, among others.

Yahoo | November 25, 2022

Microsoft overtakes Amazon as most popular hedge fund bet: Goldman Sachs

Microsoft has replaced Amazon as the name most likely to appear as a top holding for the market's big players.

Yahoo | November 25, 2022

UPDATE 1-Uber, delivery apps propose offering Mexico drivers social security

Tech giant Uber and delivery apps DiDi and Rappi have proposed offering social security benefits to workers in Mexico for the first time ahead of a new government bill set to regulate the gig economy. They stopped short of agreeing to classify drivers as employees, however, and few details were given on how payments towards social security costs would be divided. Mexican Labor Minister Luisa Alcalde has said officials are working on a bill that would bring gig workers into the "formal economy," although the timeline is still unclear.

Yahoo | November 23, 2022

Uber, delivery apps propose offering Mexico drivers social security

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) -Tech giant Uber and delivery apps DiDi and Rappi have proposed offering social security benefits to workers in Mexico for the first time ahead of a new government bill set to regulate the gig economy. They stopped short of agreeing to classify drivers as employees, however, and few details were given on how payments towards social security costs would be divided. Mexican Labor Minister Luisa Alcalde has said officials are working on a bill that would bring gig workers into the "formal economy," although the timeline is still unclear.

Yahoo | November 23, 2022

Uber, delivery apps propose offering Mexico drivers social security benefits

Tech giant Uber and delivery apps DiDi and Rappi have proposed offering social security benefits to workers in Mexico for the first time ahead of a new government bill set to regulate the gig economy. They stopped short of agreeing to classify drivers as employees, however, and few details were given on how payments towards social security costs would be divided. Mexican Labor Minister Luisa Alcalde has said officials are working on a bill, which she hopes to present before the end of the year, that would bring gig workers into the "formal economy."

Yahoo | November 23, 2022

GM Stock Alert: General Motors Will Provide Electric Delivery Cars for Domino’s

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Dana Blankenhorn on InvestorPlace | November 21, 2022

Illegal For 79 Years, This Loophole Lets Regular Americans Invest Alongside Silicon Valley Insiders

For 79 years, if you wanted the right to invest in early-stage companies like Apple in the 1970s, Facebook in 2004, or Airbnb in 2009, you had to be an “accredited investor.” The concept came from a 1933 law that created the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC) to guard against some of the excesses on Wall Street that had led to the 1929 crash and the ensuing Great Depression. The Securities Act also held a provision barring any non-founders or other company insiders from investing in a p

Yahoo | November 21, 2022

Employees or independent contractors? Fairness for America’s gig workers must come from entrepreneurs, not government.

The new rules being promulgated by the U.S. Department of Labor about how to classify gig workers have evoked spirited responses on both sides of the issue. Labor activists want to see gig workers treated as employees, with employers paying a minimum wage, overtime, a portion of a worker’s Social Security taxes, and contributions to unemployment insurance. Companies that employ gig workers, meanwhile, want to treat them as independent contractors, as this eliminates investing in the assets supplied by the gig worker as well as the risk of overstaffing.

Yahoo | November 21, 2022


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