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Uber’s no-good, terrible-rotten bad Q2 loses more than $5 billion
There's yet to be any real evidence that Uber's business model will ever do anything other than burn investors' money to make traffic worse.
Uber  qtr_calls  numbers  book4  taxis  gigeconomy  links  via:Workflow 
9 weeks ago by cote
Subscription businesses, McKinsey
“The subscription e-commerce market has grown by more than 100 percent a year over the past five years. The largest such retailers generated more than $2.6 billion in sales in 2016, up from a mere $57.0 million in 2011.1 Fueled by venture-capital investments, start-ups have launched these businesses in a wide range of categories, including beer and wine, child and baby items, contact lenses, cosmetics, feminine products, meal kits, pet food, razors, underwear, women’s and men’s apparel, video games, and vitamins.”
pcg  omnichannel  Marketsizing  gigeconomy  momentum  consuners  retail 
april 2018 by cote
Zuora IPO and how subscriptions changed how we do business
“Curation services, with 55% of total subscriptions, are by far the most popular, suggesting a strong desire for personalized services. Replenishment accounts for 32% of subscriptions and access subscriptions for 13%.”
digitaltransformation  subscriptions  pcg  zuora  gigeconomy 
april 2018 by cote
New Economy, Meet Old Continent
‘This is not "sharing" economy; these are fully professionalised marketplaces.’
jobs  uber  gigeconomy  digitaltransformation 
january 2018 by cote

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