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The Gig Economy’s Unhappy Middle Class

With Lyft and Uber going public, we need to face facts about their business model

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Uber, Lyft, Postmates, and Deliveroo. These words are now part of our everyday lexicon.

The gig economy has changed the world. I find it hard to remember when I didn’t see hundreds of delivery scooters zipping around the city near our…




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