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How the Uber Economy Is Killing Innovation, Prosperity, and Entrepreneurship

We need to shift our focus from disrupting markets to creating them

An Uber driver’s car with Uber signage on its roof
Photo by Viktor Avdeev on Unsplash

Today, it seems that almost everyone wants to be the “Uber” of something, and why not? With very little capital investment, the company has completely disrupted the taxicab industry and attained a market value of around…




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