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Why Uber’s Business Model May Not Be Viable
The sharing economy, fueled by the internet’s capacity to match small buyers and sellers, looks like a revolutionary business model. But for this model to be sustained, there must be a reliable source of long-term profits. Ride-hailing is perhaps the application of the sharing economy that is currently most developed, so its success or failure will teach us a great deal about the model’s viability in the global business landscape.
Uber  lyft  financials  transportation  ipos  links  via:Workflow 
6 weeks ago by cote
Uber, Lyft & the roads of hell
“I can live without Facebook. I can mange without Google, but given my inability to (and more importantly lack of desire) to drive, I cannot survive without Uber.”
lyft  techethics  urbanplanning  transportation  uber 
january 2018 by cote
Uber and Lyft have finally lost a game of political hardball
"The rules are stricter than ones that Uber and Lyft face in other jurisdictions: They require drivers for the services to pass fingerprint-based background checks, to identify their cars with company emblems, and to avoid picking up and dropping off passengers in certain lanes."
Uber  taxis  charts  ridesharing  unicorns  lyft  Austin 
may 2016 by cote

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