December 19, 2001
Why Uber’s business model keeps bleeding money—and how it might yet right itself as a useful but less grandiose venture
Proposals abound to overhaul the Social Security system via means-testing, raising the retirement age, or price adjustments. But the real solution to a fairer, more stable retirement system is Social Security expansion.
How the popular matching company facilitates landlord conversion of entire rental buildings to de facto hotels.
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Steven Hill is a political writer and author of several books including Raw Deal: How the "Uber Economy" and Runaway Capitalism Are Screwing American Workers, as well as Europe's Promise: Why the European Way Is the Best Hope for an Insecure Age and 10 Steps to Repair American Democracy. His articles and interviews have appeared in media around the world, including The New York Times, The Washington Post, Financial Times, The Guardian, The Atlantic, The Nation, BBC, NPR, Democracy Now, C-Span, and more.