WHERE TO WATCH
How Uber Drivers are Cashing in With "Cargo"
July 13, 2017
Updated 7mo ago
New in-car service "Cargo" lets passengers purchase products like candy, gum and phone chargers from ride-share drivers. The company's Founder and CEO tells us how this service helps drivers earn extra income.
Snap's Security Chief Fired Over Secret Relationship With Outside Consultant
Sep 13, 2017
Via Ride-Sharing Service Going Across the Pond
Via is expanding into Europe. The ride-sharing company is partnering with Daimler to form a joint venture that will launch in London this year, then other European cities in the near future. Daniel Ramot, the company's CEO, says the European expansion doesn't mean that Via won't also expand across the U.S. soon. Ramot said Via is also working with Mercedes to develop a shuttle vehicle of the future.
Aug 16, 2017
Why Chariot Could Be Your New Favorite Ride Sharing App
Chariot is a ride-sharing app that just launched in NYC. The commuter-centric platform is powered by vans that run along set routes. CEO Ali Vahabzadeh joins Cheddar to discuss how the service will work in the city. He also tells us how he snuck into WeWork headquarters to make a deal for Chariot.
Oct 3, 2017
The Gig Economy and the Future of the Workforce
We often think of Uber and TaskRabbit when we hear the term the 'gig economy,' but gig work goes far beyond these tech platforms. Any independent contractor is technically a part of the gig economy, and the number of gig workers in the market continues to increase. Diane Mulcahy, Author of "The Gig Economy," and Scott Absher, CEO of ShiftPixy, discuss the state of the gig economy and the future of the global workforce.