Uber threatening to shut down in California

The CEO of Uber said it may have to shut down business in California after a judge ruled Uber and Lyft must re-classify drivers as employees rather than as independent contractors.
0:20 | 08/13/20

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The fate of Hoover in California is unclear this evening the CEO of the write your company saying in an interview that they may have to shut down business in California. After a judge ruled over and lift must reclassify drivers as employees rather than independent contractors a status that would require benefits and unemployment insurance. Why tears of course already hard hit by the pandemic.

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