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Food delivery workers want more legal protections after Ele.me driver sets himself on fire to protest unpaid wages
Ele.me promises safety upgrades after a self-immolation and the death of a driver has again put gig economy in the national spotlight. More than 60% of delivery drivers do not have access to social security in China, a legally mandated expense that employers sidestep with gig workers.
Automakers in Japan, where almost 30% of the population is 65 or older, are taking the lead on adapting cars so the nation’s legions of elderly drivers can feel more confident – and be safer – behind the wheel.
When a pro-Trump mob stormed into the US Capitol on Jan 6, rioters didn’t just smash windows and break furniture. They also pilfered at least two laptops: one from the office of Oregon Democratic Sen. Jeff Merkley, another from a conference room used by Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
WeChat creator Allen Zhang is counting on a breakthrough in video to thwart TikTok owner ByteDance Ltd, building on the success of his last big overhaul of the all-in-one messaging app.
PARIS (Reuters) - Google and a French publishers' lobby said on Thursday they had agreed to a copyright framework for the U.S. tech giant to pay news publishers for content online, in a first for Europe.
Alphabet Inc’s Google has reached a deal with French media publishers, months after the county’s competition authority urged it to pay publishing companies and news agencies for using their content.
Elon Musk proposes building a tunnel system under flood prone Florida city, drawing public's doubt on project's feasibility.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Tesla Inc is gearing up for an India launch but the U.S. electric carmaker is likely to remain a niche player for years, catering only to the rich and affluent in the world's second-most populous nation.
Australia’s Treasurer Josh Frydenberg said it’s “inevitable” that Google and other tech behemoths will have to eventually pay for using media content, responding to the Internet giant’s threat to disable its search engine in the country if it’s forced to pay local publishers for news.
Iranian users of the Signal messaging service said on Jan 25 they have lost access to the app on their mobile devices.