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3 Ways Uber and Lyft Could Actually Become Profitable

Self-driving cars have to be part of both companies’ endgames

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UUber is currently an unprofitable business. Lyft is too. Both have aspirations to become profitable businesses in the next one–two years, but right now, they aren’t even close. How can they achieve profitability, and what impact would that have on your fare to get from…




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Jameson Zaballos

Jameson Zaballos

Work at Microsoft, writing about the intersection of technology & fashion.

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