The food delivery app's "self-employed" workers told BuzzFeed News they are driving its growth with little reward or security.
The union is unhappy at the newspaper revealing general secretary Len McCluskey was given £400,000 of union money towards the cost of a flat. But Guardian sources say Unite owes it to its members to work with the paper.
Ashley said of Forsey’s resignation: “I feel like I have lost my right arm."
Mike Ashley's retail giant originally said its own lawyers were able to take an impartial look into the business's problems.
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The voice-activated speaker is coming to the UK with its personal assistant, Alexa, and bosses hope it will change the home forever.
Mike Ashley's retail chain should dump Transline, MPs suggested, after its bosses were accused of lying to parliament.
The pub group has followed in the footsteps of J.D. Wetherspoon, McDonald's, and Sports Direct by offering to end zero-hours contracts for 16,000 members of staff.
Pub boss Tim Martin launched a trial that saw 4 out of 5 workers preferring to have a contract that guarantees a minimum number of hours each week.
The ex-chiefs will appear in court later this month.
The retail tycoon held an open house at the company's head office, he lost his cool with the unions, and his chairman failed to win support for re-election.
"Yes, I’ve just been to the casino... No, don’t please write that."
The chairman and three fellow non-executives on the controversial retailer's board are facing re-election on Wednesday in the wake of a damning report on the company's working practices.
Exclusive: An email seen by BuzzFeed News signed by Ashley calls his staff "my friends and colleagues" and says he wants to make amends.
The politicians said workers will lose out and expressed fears that staff who don't sign a new contract could be sacked.
The struggling retailer also suspended its "six strikes and you're out" policy as bosses admitted to a wide range of problems.
Nearly 7,000 of the longest-serving staff will still lose out, despite the concessions, and campaigners want the chief executive to feel the pinch too.
The deal means Asos can start selling sportswear for the first time.
As the retailer prepares to hand over £1 million to warehouse staff who earned less than minimum wage for years, owner Mike Ashley could be fined up to £2 million for breaking the law.
Leading bosses got £5.5 million last year – up 10%. Now BuzzFeed News has found that the directors charged with setting their pay also got an 11% pay rise.