The True Cost of Prop 1 for Austinites: $29M, Jobs, Funding and Lives
Courtney Powell
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Such a disingenuous article. You say that Uber/Lfyt have to get a return from their shareholders, which is true. But you left out the fact that they were doing just that. Austin was a great market for both companies. 
You also mention that corporations should be good citizens, but fail to mention that the reason Uber/Lyft fought fingerprinting so hard is because their business model depends on them pretending that their employees are not employees, and are “contractors” so that they can shuffle off the real business costs onto their drivers. Lying by omission is still lying and clearly you know better. What a disappointing article.

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