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Yahoo | September 14, 2021

Uber Tech Chief Steps Down After Less Than a Year on the Job

(Bloomberg) -- Uber Technologies Inc.’s chief technology officer resigned after less than a year on the job.Sukumar Rathnam, the outgoing CTO, will remain at Uber for several more weeks to help with the transition, according to an email he sent to his team Tuesday that was seen by Bloomberg. The company has no immediate plans to replace him, a spokesman for Uber said.“Sukumar is an incredible talent, and I’m grateful for his leadership and everything he has done for Uber over the last year,” Ube

Yahoo | September 14, 2021

Regulators across the US are targeting the food delivery industry

Regulators are coming for the food delivery companies. Recently, New York City and San Francisco placed permanent fee caps over how much third-party delivery services could charge restaurants. The food delivery companies have attracted antitrust scrutiny as well.

Yahoo | September 14, 2021

Uber Drivers Are Employees, Not Contractors, Dutch Court Says

Uber's 4,000 drivers in Amsterdam deserve the benefits that coincide with taxi sector employees, a Dutch court said Monday.

Yahoo | September 13, 2021

Uber will appeal Dutch ruling that drivers are employees

Uber will appeal a Dutch court ruling that drivers are employees of the company and not independent contractors that make use of its platform, the company said on Monday. "We are disappointed with this decision because we know that the overwhelming majority of drivers wish to remain independent," the company's manager for Northern Europe, Maurits Schoenfeld, said in a statement. Earlier, the Amsterdam Disctrict Court sided with labour union FNV and found that drivers for the company are emloyees and entitled to the rights that implies.

Yahoo | September 13, 2021

UPDATE 5-Uber drivers are employees, not contractors, says Dutch court

Uber drivers are employees, not contractors, and so entitled to greater workers' rights under local labour laws, a Dutch court ruled on Monday, handing a setback to the U.S. company's European business model. It was another court victory for unions fighting for better pay and benefits for those employed in the gig economy and followed a similar decision this year about Uber in Britain. The Amsterdam District Court sided with the Federation of Dutch Trade Unions (FNV), which had argued that Uber's roughly 4,000 drivers in the capital are employees of a taxi company and should be granted benefits in line with the taxi sector.

Yahoo | September 13, 2021

Uber drivers are employees, not contractors, says Dutch court

AMSTERDAM (Reuters) -Uber drivers are employees, not contractors, and so entitled to greater workers' rights under local labour laws, a Dutch court ruled on Monday, handing a setback to the U.S. company's European business model. It was another court victory for unions fighting for better pay and benefits for those employed in the gig economy and followed a similar decision this year about Uber in Britain. The Amsterdam District Court sided with the Federation of Dutch Trade Unions (FNV), which had argued that Uber's roughly 4,000 drivers in the capital are employees of a taxi company and should be granted benefits in line with the taxi sector.

Yahoo | September 13, 2021

Dutch court rules Uber drivers are employees, not contractors- Newspaper

A Dutch court on Monday ruled that Uber drivers are employees and not independent contractors, and are covered as such by labour laws, newspaper Het Financieele Dagblad reported, citing the labour union that backed the lawsuit. The Amsterdam District Court was due to publish its decision later on Monday. The Federation of Dutch Trade Unions had argued that Uber drivers are in fact employees of a taxi company, not independent contractors.

Yahoo | September 13, 2021

Uber Technologies (UBER), Dips more Than Other Markets Here are some things you should know

This story originally appeared on Zacks Uber Technologies (UBER), closed at $39.89 during the most recent trading session. This is a move of -1.14% from the previous day. This move was less than the 0.77% S&P 500 loss that day. Zacks Todays closing bell saw shares of ride-hailing firm RideHailing.com losing 5.57% in the [] Uber Technologies (UBER), Dips more Than Other Markets Here are some things you should know

Newslanes | September 11, 2021

Delivery companies are being squeezed between investors and new caps on fees

Delivery from companies like DoorDash and Uber was first seen as lifeline for restaurants, but high fees has led to a backlash.

Yahoo | September 11, 2021


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