Why fast-food workers, ride-hail drivers, and nail technicians are fighting for this new form of labor organizing
Fast Company 3/13
Lenny Peña, from Lawrence, Massachusetts, has been driving for Uber since 2017.
A bill recently introduced in the California legislature would make fast-food franchisors jointly liable for the franchisee’s violations of employment law.
Food Industry Policy
The Sacramento Bee 3/12
What do a Sacramento County supervisor, a Rancho Cordova city councilmember and a litany of California building and business trades coalitions have in common?
Since the pandemic, the use of credit cards and debit cards has dramatically increased.
On the Side
Washington Post 3/12
BERKELEY, Calif. — The first course was a celery root soup lush with whole milk.
The Mercury News 3/10
We weren’t expecting to hear from the Michelin folks this soon in the calendar year, seeing as how the coveted 2022 stars for dining excellence were just awarded in December.