In the lead-up to the holidays, as many people put up their final out-of-office replies for the year, workers at grocery-delivery startup Instacart are fighting for their livelihoods.
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Bumble founder Whitney Wolfe Herd is used to bucking traditions.
When staffers in WeWork's New York City headquarters received a calendar invite this week for a mandatory meeting with a note telling them to
DoorDash is being sued by DC Attorney General Karl Racine over allegedly deceiving customers with a controversial tipping policy.
The extent of WeWork's woes is still coming to light.
Amid growing concerns about its rental listing platform, Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky said the company will start verifying all hosts and listings on its platform.
Googlers are calling on the company to address specific climate demands.
One year ago on November 1, tens of thousands of Google workers spilled out of their offices around the world, protesting sexual harassment, misconduct and a lack of transparency at one of the most powerful tech companies in the world.
Current and former staffers at WeWork are outraged that former CEO and cofounder Adam Neumann would get a massive payout after he all but ran the company into the ground.
WeWork co-founder Adam Neumann will reportedly get about $1.7 billion under a deal in which SoftBank will take control of the troubled company.
The legal battles between former Tinder executives just keep getting messier.
The Federal Trade Commission on Wednesday sued online dating giant Match Group, the owner of OKCupid, Tinder and PlentyOfFish, for allegedly enticing people to pay for its Match.com service using fake love interest ads, along with other allegedly deceptive business practices.
After a disastrous attempt at going public, the chief executive of WeWork's parent company, Adam Neumann, is stepping down, the company confirmed Tuesday.
As it faces fresh concerns over sexual assaults by its drivers, Lyft issued an update on its safety features.
Uber laid off hundreds more employees -- this time, across its engineering and product teams in an effort to "reset."
Facebook is moving from Likes to love.
Fourteen women are suing Lyft over allegedly mishandling their sexual assault, sexual misconduct and rape complaints against drivers that occurred while using its service, bringing renewed attention to the issue of safety in the ride-hail industry.