UK court rules against Uber, anti-Maduro protests hit Venezuela

OPEC met but is yet to make a deal on output reduction. Ameera David has details. Polly Boiko then joins from London to look at a British court ruling against Uber, possibly granting drivers more employment rights. Bianca Facchinei examines the latest Dakota Access Pipeline protests that resulted in the arrests of 141 people. Ashlee Banks breaks down Venezuela’s increased minimum wage, which comes out to $67 per month, and the massive protests rocking the country.

Stefan Grant, founder of Airbnb alternative Noirbnb, tells Ameera how racial discrimination forced him to create his service. In The Big Deal, Edward Harrison explains what’s behind the unexpected 2.9% US GDP growth, and what the news means going forward.

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