California’s Landmark Bill Could Mark the End of the World’s Gig Economy

The California Senate just approved a bill requiring contractors to be considered as employees, extending them the same rights and benefits that on-demand services like ride-hailing and restaurant delivery services had skipped over in favor of trying to tap into cheaper labor.

Lyft Goes Public: What the Next Wave of Tech IPOs Means

Let's label 2019 as the Yearnicorn - or the year when Silicon Valley's latest crop of billion-dollar companies goes public. What does that mean exactly for the ride-sharing industry?