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Uber Drivers Win Key Battle for Benefits in New York

The decision by the New York State Department of Labor is a victory for Uber drivers as they seek to be classified as employees rather than contractors. A similar court case was heard in California this year which decided drivers were contractors, but could receive some benefits.
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