Wait for Act II: Über and Lyft Go Down Hard on the Path to Driverless Taxis — MUSIC • TECHNOLOGY • POLICY

When Harvard’s Kennedy School studies Über and Lyft’s massive failure to pass their self-regulation by ballot measure in Austin, I think they’ll find one fundamental feedback loop from the data. One measurable result that is probably the biggest fear of sellers of soap everywhere. One data point that their expensive political consultants like David Plouffe […]

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