Top French court deals blow to Uber by giving driver 'employee' status

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Top French court deals blow to Uber by giving driver 'employee' status

Ruling could upend US firm's business model and potentially require it to pay more taxes.

France's top court has recognised the right of an Uber driver to be considered an employee, a ruling that could upend the US firm's business model and potentially require it to pay more taxes and benefits such as paid holidays. The decision by the Cour de Cassation could also have ramifications ...

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