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Addison Lee refused permission to appeal landmark workers’ rights case

Addison Lee has been refused permission to appeal a landmark worker rights case brought by the Independent Workers Union of Great Britain (IWGB) and bicycle courier Chris Gascoigne, marking the first time a court has denied a gig economy company the right to appeal an employment rights decision.

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Couriers win holiday pay as court denies Addison Lee appeal permission

Hundreds of couriers are now set for full employment rights after a court told Addison Lee it could not appeal an employment tribunal decison. The case was brought by courier Chris Gascoigne and the International Workers of Great Britain union.

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Lyft stalls as shares slip below IPO price on second day of trading

Shares in Lyft, the ridesharing company, stalled on Monday, falling below their initial public offering (IPO) on their second day of trading.

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Samantha Josephson: father of murdered student vows to improve ridesharing safety

The father of a University of South Carolina student who police say was kidnapped and killed after she got into the wrong car thinking it was her Uber has promised to dedicate his life to improving the safety of ridesharing services.

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Addison Lee refused permission to appeal worker status ruling

Addison Lee has been denied permission to appeal against the ruling that its drivers are workers and not self-employed.

It is the first time that a gig economy organisation has been refused the opportunity to appeal against a workers’ rights decision.

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Stampede of the unicorns: will a new breed of tech giants burst the bubble?

Five years ago Aileen Lee, founder of Silicon Valley investor Cowboy Ventures, coined the term “unicorn” for a private company valued at more than $1bn.

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