Sunday highlights: Uber refunds drivers it overcharged as they join a union; Oakland, N.J., Altice Workers Vote for Union
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Uber refunds drivers it overcharged as they join a union (Philly.com)
Oakland, N.J., Altice Workers Vote for Union (Multichannel News)
Union victories in the cable industry are rare, though Comcast recently sought to fill the corporate position of Vice President-Labor Relations that was vacant for a while.
AUDIENCE PARTNERS’ ACQUISITION COULD OPEN UP CAMPAIGN MARKET FOR CONSUMER-FOCUSED FIRMS (Campaigns & Elections)
Plymouth Meeting / DC-based Audience Partners has been acquired by cable operator Altice USA.
Former Sony boss eyes partner for new home-shopping network (NY Post)
Jonathan Bush talks Trump and problems with health care tech (Axios)
"Why didn't you like the Obama administration's electronic health record incentives?"
"I think they were a terrible idea. If you look at companies like Allscripts and NextGen, they were in the toilet. They were about to go out of business, and all of a sudden, $35 billion in federal dollars are earmarked only for EHRs. It was like Cash for Clunkers."
SAP Collaboration Links Connected Cars With Corporate Travel (Pymnts)
Maersk Tests Blockchain-Based Freight Tracking (Fortune)