Uber

New York City yellow cabs.
More taxi drivers and drivers working for app-based ride-hailing companies are suffering from poor mental health.
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Josh Mohrer, then Uber's New York manager, led a rally in front of City Hall in 2015 while the council considered a cap on for-hire vehicles.
Uber drove circles around would-be regulators. That doesn’t work anymore.
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Yellow and Green Cab drivers protesting last year outside of Gov. Andrew Cuomo's Midtown office against the congestion charge for Manhattan drivers.
The ride-hail app has spent $1 million in its campaign to pass congestion pricing
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Jumaane Williams during the second televised public advocate debate
The new public advocate has a few tech positions up his sleeve.
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Ubers in New York City.
Uber argues the cap is an overextension of the city's authority.
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The view from the back seat of a Lyft going from Brooklyn to Manhattan.
Beyond the extra hassle of litigation, it has created an image problem for Lyft and Juno.
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TLC Commissioner Meera Joshi testifies at a NYC Council committee oversight hearing on for-hire vehicles.
The outgoing NYC Taxi and Limousine Commission head discusses her tenure.
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Bradley Tusk
The political strategist turned consultant turned venture capitalist on how he’s helped tech startups succeed.
Personality
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Zephyr Teachout with Tim Wu
Technology hasn’t been a main talking point for any candidate but their pasts shed light on their stances.
News & Politics
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Michael Cohen
Ride-hailing apps paved the way for Cohen’s crimes and punishment.
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