Juno was also part of the filing, but has now dropped out.
The ride hailing companies Juno and Lyft are suing New York City to block a new minimum wage law for app-based drivers that was set to go into effect on Friday.
The move follows nine months of pressure from a quasi-union group representing rideshare drivers.
Oh well, at least we're not potentially stuck with the Olympics.
The 92nd Street Y now has a Tribeca location - 92YTribeca
Whether it was a PR stunt or a legit "teach-in" on espresso,
Photograph of Queens native Amy Ryan, nominated for best supporting actress
The Oscars are in town! Well, at least some 8-foot Oscar statues
Less than two weeks after the writers' strike has come to an
Last week there were rumblings of the writers' strike coming to an
Photograph of Kathy Bates and AMPAS President Sid Ganis announcing the
Kimya Mania In a matter of weeks, Kimya Dawson has gone from
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