California judge orders Uber, Lyft to reclassify their drivers as employees

Gaming industry is booming with gamers spending $11.6 billion during the pandemic; Sony to bring back wireless game controllers
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Transcript for California judge orders Uber, Lyft to reclassify their drivers as employees
At today's tech fights a legal challenge from Hoover and lived a California judge is ordering the companies to reclassify their drivers as employees instead of and depending contractors that would make them eligible for minimum wage and benefits Hoover and lift ticket plan to appeal. The gaming industry is booming during this -- nineteen pandemic a new report says gamers spent eleven point six billion dollars between April and June. That's up 30% over last year more than ten billion dollars of that spending. Went toward buying new games. As Sony is bringing back a popular line up wireless controllers the dual shock for with a fan favorite thanks to its wide range of color options. They can be used the PlayStation or. But they won't work with the PF five price tag. 65 dollars a visitor tech fight. Have a great day.

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