Think. Are big cab companies among Hillary Clinton's big corporate donors? I'd say she's a lot more likely to get money from Uber than from non-existent multi-national cab companies.
Are you suggesting that cab companies are disqualified because they're not multi-national or that they have not been acting in collusive and predatory ways?
I have no love for Hillary Clinton and will not vote for her, but it's reasonable to talk about what the American workplace is going to look like if the corporations have their way. Maybe you're OK with taking in peoples' wash and sewing for low pay, no benefits or sick days, and a friendly "fuck you" when you're too old to work, but most people are not.
What would your opinion of Hillary have to do with whether she receives donations from ? Regarding what looks like a "not a living wage" argument about Uber/etc., do you envision any job anywhere that doesn't pay enough to live on by itself including benefits, sick days, and no pension/retirement? If all jobs are forced to pay above what would be considered the poverty line salary, what might you imagine would happen to prices of goods overall? Regarding low pay, no benefits/sick days, and no retirement, how do you suppose being a small business owner fits into that equation?