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Susie Cagle on KCRW

Uber has almost single-handedly turned the taxi industry upside down. And that success has been attributed, at least in part, to breaking the rules.

The Start-Up That Followed the Rules (and Failed)

Uber has almost single-handedly turned the taxi industry upside down. And that success has been attributed, at least in part, to breaking the rules.

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The sharing economy keeps growing: AirBnB, Lyft… But is it just a way to hide the fact that our jobs just aren’t covering our basic needs?

Sharing Poverty

The sharing economy keeps growing: AirBnB, Lyft… But is it just a way to hide the fact that our jobs just aren’t covering our basic needs?

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