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An Uber Headache? 2 Drivers Awarded Unemployment

Uber has been fighting tooth and nail to keep its drivers classified as independent contractors rather than employees, with success. Now, a speed bump in New York: The state's Department of Labor in August and September ruled that two Uber drivers are eligible for unemployment payments, the New York Times...
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