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Biden’s speech, $AAPL & $FB rocketing, unemployment claims, and more.
Uber posts a record month, the FDA pauses the J&J vaccine for further study, Grab’s SPAC deal and more.
The ride-hailing app is finding its footing in the post-Covid-19 world.
Amazon, Bumble and more from around the business world.
Ride-sharing companies look to carve out their place in vaccine distribution.
The debate of whether a gig worker is an employee continues to heat up.
Uber offloads a hurting business while keeping a toe in autonomous vehicles.
The ride-hailing app is calling it quits in the self-driving space.
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Lyft is starting to rise out of its pandemic-driven slump.
Earnings from T-Mobile, Uber, Zillow and more.
Proposition 22 preserves the gig worker-driven business models of companies like Uber and Lyft.
Caesars makes a play for William Hill, Amazon’s upcoming Prime Day could fuel record sales and Postmates almost went public by SPAC.
A judge rules against Uber and Lyft, Trump’s executive order draws skepticism and tech investor SoftBank starts on the comeback trail.
Mergers galore, Payment Protection Program misuse, TikTok’s hot water and Wirecard’s fraud. Plus, a look at small business recovery and Covid-19’s latest impact.
Uber buys Postmates, Boeing’s 737 MAX nears its return to the skies and the European Union proposes a slew of big tech reforms.
June 30, 2020 – Uber sets its sights on Postmates, freelancers struggle in L.A. and the U.S. halts high-tech exports to Hong Kong. Today’s newsletter
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