Big Rideshare refers to the companies that presently appear to own the ridesharing market.
Uber clearly indicates in their SEC filings (page 37) that they intend to increase their withholdings from drivers' fares, and that they simply do not care about driver dissatisfaction and that they remain focused upon replacing drivers with autonomous vehicles.
Lyft's articles indicate the opposite, that they intend to be known as the company that treats its drivers exceptionally well, yet all of us who have driven for them know that they abuse drivers even worse than Uber does. After being cited as the exceptional service provider by Newsweek, they have become much worse than Uber, denying drivers phone support access (which Uber does not), and withholding up to 80% of earnings from passengers' fares, which is way more than Uber has ever been known to withhold! It is obvious that Lyft is preying upon its community while riding on its "best-in-class" reputation.
Are we to wonder therefore why all of the rideshare-driver demonstrations across the country were ignored by both Uber and Lyft?