ride hailing

From California to New York, local laws add to the cost of your Uber ride.
The victims have had their lives "irrevocably altered by the assailants driving for LYFT,” a lawsuit against the ride-hailing app asserted.
The legislation, which seeks to categorize many independent contractors as employees with more benefits, could upend the ride-hailing company’s business.
Uber called the methodology and findings of the working paper "deeply flawed."
I'm Fred Raillard, Creative CEO, Co-founder and Creative Chief Officer with Farid Mokart of FRED & FARID, an independent
Uber blames it on human error and suspends the driver. State demands tests stop.
Uber will appeal the decision.
Are things about to get ugly in the ride-hailing business?
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Are investors in for a bumpy ride?