Self-driving cars could change the way you get around in retirement

As automotive companies race to develop and test new self-driving technologies, one company is in the process of rolling out an autonomous ride service to retirement communities. Self-driving cars may radically change how we live in retirement, enabling us to still get around long after our bodies have slowed down. But there are special considerations that need to be worked […]

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Uber CEO is determined to expand into bike-sharing

Uber’s boss says he’s bent on expanding into bike-sharing — despite the fact that it’s peanuts compared to the car-sharing business and Uber will be pedaling uphill in New York City. Chief Executive Dara Khosrowshahi said last weekend that Uber is determined to master alternative forms of transportation, including bikes and scooters, even if it hurts the bottom line. “Short-term […]

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New York ride-sharing cap leads to higher prices, longer wait times: Lyft

Will NYC cap on Lyft, Uber cars lead to longer waits, higher prices? Lyft Vice President of Public Policy Joseph Okpaku on New York City’s decision to put a cap on the number of Lyft and Uber vehicles. Ride-hailing service Lyft told FOX Business that New York’s decision to place a cap on the number of Uber and Lyft cars […]

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SoftBank's Son Says to Carry on With Deals Despite Trade Jitters

SoftBank Group Corp CEO Masayoshi Son said on Tuesday he was optimistic that U.S. President Donald Trump’s escalation of trade disputes and heightened scrutiny of foreign investments would not affect the Japanese firm’s prolific dealmaking. Trump’s administration has been slapping trade tariffs on Chinese goods and blocking Chinese investments in the United States it deems a threat to U.S. national […]

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