This Week in the Future of Cars: Honey We Broke the Future

If any one thing propelled Tesla’s meteoric rise from a small Silicon Valley startup to one of the world’s most famous and evoking companionships, it’s Elon Musk. Every scrap of bulletin about the company now draws headlines, as its outspoken,…

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This Week in the Future of Cars: Show Me the Money

On Tuesday afternoon, Tesla CEO Elon Musk descent a bombshell via–what else ?– a tweet. “Am considering making Tesla private at $420, ” he wrote. “Funding secured.” The dude was serious, it turned out. But it’s not clear he had…

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New Uber, Lyft vehicles ‘paused’ in NYC while new driver hourly rates set

Drivers rallied ahead of a vote that successfully capped the number of ride-hailing motor vehicles and mounted a driver minimum wage . Image: Drew Angerer/ Getty Images Uber, Lyft, Via, Juno, and other ride-hailing app operators have some new defences…

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Come see Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi at TC Disrupt

In the working day of Uber 1.0, the ethos seemed to be about doing all the wrong stuffs. Now, with former Expedia CEO Dara Khosrowshahi at the helm, Uber is clearly on its practice to becoming a sort of Expedia…

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Desperate for jobs, Venezuelan immigrants turn to ride-hailing services across Latin America

Matthew Carpenter-Arevalo One month ago, Yonathan Segovia, a Cabify driver initially from Venezuela, was allegedly attacked by a mob of taxi operators on wall street of Quito in Ecuador. the video that documents the aftermathfuera Cabify regresa a tu pais…

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A prescription for healing the healthcare industry

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Inside the First Church of Artificial Intelligence

Anthony Levandowski makes an unlikely oracle. Dressed Silicon Valley-casual in jeans and flanked by a PR rep rather than masked acolytes, the engineer known for self-driving cars–and triggering a notorious lawsuit–could be unveiling his latest startup instead of laying the…

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Uber’s Plan to Launch Flying Cars in LA by 2020 Really Could Take Off

At around 4 pm yesterday, I honcho into engagement. I descended into the cistern sitting outside my driveway( you might call it a car) and ventured out into the hellscape known as Los Angeles traffic. Over the next 90 instants,…

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Im glad its all over for Uber in London and I work for them | Anonymous

I enjoyed the early years. Then the company lashed grubs by seeking to pulverize its competitors, forcing us all to work longer hours for less offer writes an Uber driver I‘ve been an Uber driver for five years, so you’d…

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Lyft launches a new self-driving division and will develop its own autonomous ride-hailing technology

Lyft is potting the future of the road hubs on sharing autonomous vehicles. It aims to be at the forefront of that technology with a brand-new self-driving partition and a self-driving plan “manufacturers ” could plug into their self-driving cars….

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