Uber, Lyft strike coming this week
Many drivers, classified as contractors and not employees, are unhappy with declining pay.
Bhairavi Desai, executive director of the New York Taxi Workers Alliance, is leading the strike.
"Wall Street investors are telling Uber and Lyft to cut down on driver income, stop incentives, and go faster to Driverless Cars,"
Uber and Lyft fight for market share in the United States.
A calculation known as a take rate has become front and center.
Both companies have to try and please drivers, riders, and investors, putting the companies in a difficult position.