Uber has billions of reasons for keeping drivers as freelancers

Last month, Uber agreed to pay $ 84 million to settle lawsuits in California and Massachusetts to the 385,000 plaintiffs in two cases brought against it in 2013, over whether its drivers should be classified as employees. That’s a pittance compared to what it would have had to pay drivers in those two states alone: […] Read more »

8 Reasons Why the Tokyo Olympics Will Be the Most Futuristic We’ve Ever Seen

In 1964, the last time Tokyo hosted the Summer Olympics, the nation revealed one of the biggest mic drops in transportation history: the debut of the shinkansen, the world-famous bullet train that became a Japanese icon. The first high-speed train in the world, it spurred similar technology to spread to Europe and other East Asian […] Read more »