043018UberLyftPCompanies such as Uber and Lyft have been seeking a way to keep their workers classified as contractors instead of employees. But legislation to address worker misclassification moved forward Tuesday night without exemptions covering them.

Story by Ben Adler.

(Photo: In this Tuesday, Jan. 12, 2016, file photo, a driver displaying Lyft and Uber stickers on his front windshield drops off a customer in downtown Los Angeles- -Richard Vogel / AP Images)

 

 

 

 

 

Pratt Home ccCalifornia has the country's most vulnerable real estate market should a recession hit. Real estate data firm, Redfin, looked at the fifty largest housing markets in the U.S., ranking them based on seven factors, including price volatility, number of flips, and employment diversity.

Story by Randol White

(Photo: Brent Allison, creative commons [CC BY-SA 4.0])

 

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