The guy is going to get a 10k bonus from uber by the end of the month. And this is all the NYT can come up with. Meanwhile Lyft got back-to-back articles praising the bonuses they planned to give to about 2 drivers. Uber gave $500 to many, many drivers, not just to a select few, and all they get is a negative review from the NYT. Why does Lyft always get the candy?
Remember uber is praying on the clueless "entrepreneurs" who goes out of his way and buys brand new vehicles. This is the biggest ponzi scheme anyone has ever seen. It will collapse at some point and once again nobody will go to jail.
Mr. Ashlock spent a decade as a San Francisco cabdriver in the 1970s and 1980s as he sought to make a living as an artist. He recalls taking home about $500 a week, equivalent to $1,500 now. He bought gas for the cab but did not have to worry about repairs or upkeep.
But, but with Uber you're the boss.
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