Ride Sharing, Competition vs Uber, and Global Entrepreneurship

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Article thestar.com

Lyft, Uber’s ride-hailing rival, is expanding to Toronto Canada - thestar.com


The San Francisco company says it wants Torontonians to have an alternative to its bigger competitor. The GTA will be the site of its first expansion outside the U.S. “We’ve ...

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Article techcrunch.com

Ride-hailing startup Shohoz raises $15M to build the Grab of Bangladesh – TechCrunch - TechCrunch


Uber may be global but it is very much the alternative in some parts of the world. One such place is Bangladesh — the South Asian country that’s home to 160 million people — whe...

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Article theverge.com

A day in the life of a Waymo self-driving taxi (from Google) - The Verge - The Verge (2018)


In advance of the launch of its commercial ride-hailing service later this year, Waymo shared exclusive details with The Verge about the work that goes on behind the scenes. At ...

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Article braintreepayments.com

Uber payments - Going Global- Case Study | Braintree Payments


Braintree partners with Uber to create a payment gateway suited to the needs of a growing international brand.

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Article techcrunch.com

Google report: Southeast Asia’s digital economy to triple to $240 billion by 2025 – TechCrunch - TechCrunch


It may sit in the shade of China and India, but tech has real growth potential in Southeast Asia. Home to a cumulative 650 million people, the region’s digital economy is foreca...

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BlaBlaCar to acquire Ouibus and offer bus service – TechCrunch - TechCrunch


French startup BlaBlaCar is announcing plans to acquire Ouibus, the bus division of France’s national railway company SNCF. For the first time, BlaBlaCar is moving beyond carpoo...

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Why Some Platforms Thrive and Others Don’t - Harvard Business Review - Harvard Business Review (2019)


What Alibaba, Tencent, and Uber teach us about networks that flourish. The five characteristics that make the difference.

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Article techcrunch.com

Go-Jek makes first close of $2 billion round at $9.5 billion valuation – TechCrunch - TechCrunch


Southeast Asia-based ride-sharing firm Go-Jek is making progress with its plan to raise up to $2 billion in fresh capital to fund its battle with close rival Grab. Indonesia-hea...

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Bangladesh’s version of Go-Jek raises over $10M in a round led by Go-Jek – TechCrunch - TechCrunch


$4.5 billion-valued ride-sharing startup Go-Jek may be busy in Southeast Asia, where it is aiming to step into the gap following Uber’s exit, but that isn’t stopping it from loo...

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Grab raises up to $856M to boost payments business as rumors of merger with rival Gojek - TechCrunch


Southeast Asian on-demand transport startup Gojek denies that it is involved in talks to merge with Grab. But today Grab announced a piece of news that — at the very least — wil...

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Sony launches a taxi-hailing app to rival Uber in Tokyo – TechCrunch 2019 - TechCrunch


Sony last year announced it would enter Japan’s taxi-hailing space and, good to its word, the electronics giant has kicked off its S.Ride service in Tokyo. The service — which w...

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