NEW YORK (AP) — Uber drivers in New York City may end up taking their beef against the online ride hailing service to the streets. They are calling for a strike to protest a move by the company to slash fares. The drivers say the 15-percent cut will take a deep cut out of their cut for using their cars to ferry people around. Several hundred drivers showed up at a protest at the ride-sharing app's New York headquarters yesterday. But it's unclear how many would heed the call for a shutdown. Uber drivers in New York aren't unionized.

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