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An administrative law judge's decision could reach well beyond Uber, affecting other ride-hailing companies that employ a similar model. (Photo: Shutterstock)

A New York state Department of Labor administrative law judge has ruled that three Uber drivers and others in New York City who are “similarly situated” are considered employees under state law and entitled to unemployment benefits

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