Mike Isaac

New York Times tech reporter, author of the book “Super Pumped: The Battle for Uber”

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Raphe Sonenshein says LA is the crown jewel of district attorney offices in the country, and in Philadelphia and other cities, a host of people are coming in as progressive…

In LA, George Gascón takes the lead in District Attorney race, and Prop 22 passes

Raphe Sonenshein says LA is the crown jewel of district attorney offices in the country, and in Philadelphia and other cities, a host of people are coming in as progressive…

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Today, a California appeals court gave Uber and Lyft an extended deadline of Tuesday, August 25, to comply, in writing, with a new state law that requires them to treat drivers like…

Will Uber and Lyft comply with a new state on classifying drivers as employees?

Today, a California appeals court gave Uber and Lyft an extended deadline of Tuesday, August 25, to comply, in writing, with a new state law that requires them to treat drivers like…

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

S ilicon Valley businesses are bleeding jobs because of COVID-19.

Silicon Valley is bleeding jobs. Which startups will survive COVID-19?

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California on Monday recorded its highest number of new cases since the pandemic began — more than 13,000 .

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