No matter how much Uber exploits its workers, it can’t make money (Salon)

Snow days suck for all parents—for some, they’re impossible (Philadelphia Inquirer)

Workers push for City Council approval of Fair Workweek legislation (Al Dia)

Philly has now spent more than $500,000 on its secret Amazon HQ2 bid (Billy Penn)

Scooter race to the bottom: Three scooter companies, one exploitive business model (Salon)

14 women organizers you should know in Philadelphia (Generosity)

Mid-state voters weigh in on redistricting battle (ABC 27)

Ratings in the Gig Economy are a mess, here's how to fix them (Wired)

Pizza Hut manager threatens employees evacuating ahead of Irma (USA Today)

Do we really want an anti-labor Labor Secretary? (PennLive)

Discussing the Future of Labor with Kati Sipp (FutureLeft)

Group holds workshop to spark women's political drive (Philadelphia Tribune)

Comcast Activists out of luck in '16; cable giant to hold 'virtual' shareholder meeting (Philadelphia Inquirer)

The Rating Game (The Verge)

The Internet vs. the Labor Movement: Why Unions are Late-comers to Digital Organizing (New Labor Forum)

How People-Powered Digital Tools are Helping Rebuild Worker Power (Mobilisation Lab)

Should the Labor Movement Support Universal Basic Income? (Dissent/Belabored)

Robots: the next job threat? (Al Jazeera)

Earned sick days laws support everyone (Burlington County Times)

Meet the Progressive Likely to Become Philly's Next Mayor (Huffington Post)

How Big Money Lost in Philly's Mayoral Race (The Prospect)

Philadelphia to host the Democratic National Convention in 2016 (MSNBC)

As Federal Reserve Selects New Top Officials, Coalition Calls for Public Input (NY Times)

Kati Sipp & #womensvoicesmatter (Gender Avenger)