Forbes : sharing economy
Who’s The Boss? How The New Federal Joint Employment Rule Impacts Employers  17h00 12 février
Alonzo Martinez, Contributor
Traditional employer employee relationships aren’t as prevalent today as a decade ago. Laws haven’t caught up with these new workplace arrangements forcing lawmakers to consider new ways to ensure that the rights of workers are protected. Are you liable under the new Joint Employment Rule?
Pornhub Celebrates Valentine’s Day With Free Premium And A Pop-Up Store  15h00 11 février
Curtis Silver, Contributor
Pornhub will be offering free Pornhub premium, a video generator and a pop-up store in NYC for Valentine’s Day.
ManyVids’ MV Social Creates A Sex-Positive Social Porn Paradise For Creators  13h00 11 février
Curtis Silver, Contributor
ManyVids MV Social offers sex workers a safe place to jumpstart their businesses, while Twitter and Instagram actively work to deplatform the porn industry.
Judge Denies Bid From Uber, Postmates To Temporarily Halt California Gig Economy Law  02h00 11 février
Rachel Sandler, Forbes Staff
The ruling is an early setback for the companies, as they scramble to deal with AB 5.
Are Autonomous Vehicles Still A Utopian Dream?  05h49 10 février
John Frazer, Contributor
It appears that autonomous cars are nothing more than a blur on a distant horizon, a horizon that seems to be racing away from us rather than drawing closer these days. But are they?
Nuro Claims A Self-Driving First: U.S. Approval To Deploy Toaster-Styled Delivery Bots  17h35 06 février
Alan Ohnsman, Forbes Staff
The tech startup created by two former Google engineers will deploy battery-powered R2 driverless delivery vehicles on public streets-little vans without steering wheels, pedals or side-mirrors
Study Shows Workers Will Take Pay Cut To Work Remote And Live In Microsoft Teams  15h29 04 février
Curtis Silver, Contributor
Remote working continues to grow in popularity as both a desire of workers and thanks to apps like Microsoft teams, is a viable option.
The Push For Shared Ride Self-Driving Vehicles May Get It Backwards  16h35 03 février
Brad Templeton, Contributor
GM Cruise, and almost everybody else, want to build vehicles for people to share rides together in. The unquestioned assumption that this is superior may be wrong.
How To Get Free Netflix, Spotify And More With Password Of The Day  15h00 03 février
Curtis Silver, Contributor
Password of The Day - a new internet treasure hunt - is giving out Netflix, Spotify, Amazon Prime, etc., logins for free, once a day. All you gotta do is find out what site the login belongs to.
WeWork Names Real Estate Veteran Sandeep Mathrani As New CEO  20h44 02 février
Rachel Sandler, Forbes Staff
Mathrani’s appointment is the latest effort to turn the embattled company around after its failed IPO.
How Legal Psychedelics Are Good For Mental Health Innovation  20h37 31 janvier
Gregory Ferenstein, Contributor
Legal psychedelics can promote the scientific process
A World Without Work By Daniel Susskind, A Book Revie  19h37 30 janvier
Calum Chace, Contributor
Susskind is on the side of those who think that technological unemployment is very likely to happen in a matter of decades.
When Open Source Software Costs Cities More  13h55 30 janvier
Regina Clewlow, Contributor
As transportation services become increasingly connected and digital, cities will need to make difficult decisions about how to purchase and design software that is flexible and cost efficient for citizens.
Lyft Lays Off 90 People As It Strives For Profitability  23h34 29 janvier
Rachel Sandler, Forbes Staff
The cutback represents 1.6% of the company’s total workforce.
Airbnb Sues Miami Real Estate Developer It Once Gave Rights To Its Name  19h56 27 janvier
Samantha Sharf, Forbes Staff
In 2017, Airbnb and the developer announced plans for a 324-unit apartment complex in Kissimmee, Florida. It was supposed to be the first in a series of developments branded Niido Powered by Airbnb.