Robert Callahan

Internet Association

Guest

California Executive Director of the Internet Association, a national trade organization that lobbies on behalf of internet and sharing economy companies

Robert Callahan on KCRW

For Uber, Lyft and other ride-sharing companies, LAX is a gaping hole in the regional transportation system.

The Pick-Up Problem at LAX

For Uber, Lyft and other ride-sharing companies, LAX is a gaping hole in the regional transportation system.

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In this last, frantic week of the legislative session, one measure that’s drawing a lot of attention is AB 2293, which changes the insurance requirements for ride-sharing companies…

Ridesharing Companies Face Insurance Increases with AB 2293

In this last, frantic week of the legislative session, one measure that’s drawing a lot of attention is AB 2293, which changes the insurance requirements for ride-sharing companies…

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