No, Seattle hasn’t been reduced to a deadly, desert wasteland. Not yet…
“Staying course” is almost certainly not be Uber’s strong suit.
Go Blue!™ Just beware pedestrians and buses.
Here we were laboring under the delusion that ride-sharing was, at most, a pesky annoyance.
With the car-sharing segment expected to grow to $6 billion/year by 2020, Ford is looking to carve its own space.
A newcomer to the car-sharing/alternative taxi game, Shift will offer chauffeurs in Teslas. Match that, Uber.