Drivers Protest for Better Pay as Uber Prepares to go Public

Uber and Lyft drivers around the world are protested wages and working conditions on Wednesday, just two days ahead of Uber's public markets debut. Maria Figueroa, Director of Labor and Policy Research at The Worker Institute at Cornell's Industrial and Labor Relations School, joined Cheddar to discuss the tension between compensating workers better and Uber and Lyft's incentives to maximize investor return.
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