Lyft Agrees to Pay $12.25 Million to Settle Drivers’ Claims

  • Agreement would require reason to deactivate drivers
  • California drivers would still be treated as contractors

Ride-share company Lyft Inc. has agreed to pay $12.25 million and change how it treats its California drivers to settle claims of unfair treatment, while rival Uber Technologies Inc. heads toward trial to fight similar demands by its drivers.

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