AB5, the contentious California bill that would upend the gig economy model of Uber, Lyft and other tech companies in the U.S., has moved a step closer to becoming a law.
The Federal Trade Commission is putting Amazon under “closer watch,” a move that may signify heightened interest in some kind of antitrust investigation against the online retail behemoth, the Washington Post reported on Friday.
Most drivers don’t give a second thought to snacking behind the wheel. We have fast food drive-thrus all over the country, so it must be legal, right? As it turns out, “eat-driving” might not be as safe – or as lawful – as you think.