Lyft is warning it may join Uber in shuttering operations in California following a preliminary injunction classifying its drivers as employees.
If the judge and a court finds that we are not and they don’t give us a stay to get to November then we will have to essentially shut down Uber until the voters decide.
Some things in the new world will change forever. Customer meetings will change forever. In the past, I never thought that I could do a Zoom call or a Teams call with the CEO of a company I’m trying to sell to.
Dashcams and in general taping rides, etc. is actually technology that we’re working on says Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi. I really would like to get something that balances safety and privacy, but it’s a lot of work to do so.
Slack has filed a complaint against Microsoft with the EU, claiming the company is engaging in anti-competitive practices with Teams.
Google has found itself in hot water with the open source community by reneging on a promise it made regarding Istio.
Lyft has begun testing its autonomous vehicles on California roads again.
As the battle for corporate messaging clients heats up, investors and traders are beginning to choose whom they believe will be the winner.
Apple has been on a hiring spree, bringing in some of the best cloud engineers money can buy.
German Labor Minister Hubertus Heil plans to put forth legislation that will make working from home a legal right, long after the coronavirus pandemic.