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A lawyer for the drivers vowed to keep fighting Uber’s business model — common in the sharing economy — that classifies drivers as contractors instead of employees. (Photo:  Diego M. Radzinschi/ALM)

Uber Technologies Inc. drivers suffered a major defeat in one of the gig economy’s most closely watched labor fights with a ruling barring hundreds of thousands of drivers from suing as a group for better pay and benefits.

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