Singapore Limits number of Cars in City

Singapore is only the latest in a growing number of congested cities to try and restrict vehicles. London is planning a £10 ($13.17) charge for older vehicles, while Paris has banned many older vehicles completely, The Guardian reported

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Disgraced Otto Founder wants to worship AI as God

The Way’s purpose is: “To develop and promote the realization of a Godhead based on artificial intelligence and through understanding and worship of the Godhead contribute to the betterment of society.”

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Is Alphabet (Google) Finally Stumbling?

Sports fans know that even the greatest winning streaks end sooner or later. The same can be said of stocks,

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Will Pacifica Save Fiat Chrysler?

Instead it is rideshare drivers; those hardworking immigrants and unemployed factory workers who make their living through Uber and Lyft that will make Pacifica a hit. As I noted last year the Pacifica seems designed for ridesharing. Some of its basic features include:

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Are Automobiles still a Value Investment?

There is a simple reason why traditional automakers will dominate the future of ground transportation: they have a lot of cash. Even vehicle manufacturers in trouble have a lot of money in the bank.

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Alphabet, Avis & Chrysler Team Up to Offer Ride-Hailing with Self-Driving Vans

The deal is potentially a big one because Waymo plans to deploy up to 600 self-driving Pacificas in Phoenix. A big winner here is Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (NYSE: FCAU) which will supply the vans and undoubtedly get a boost for its stock.

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Who would Buy Uber??

A leaderless Uber with its value destroyed will be a natural acquisition target.

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Uber Goes Trucking

The challenges would be worth it if Uber were able to build a consolidated logistics and delivery platform. Profits would be vast if Uber Freight can be integrated with Uber Delivery.

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Uber Threatening to fire Otto Founder

Alsup made the request because it sounds as if Levandowski committed theft and Uber bought stolen property which is also a crime. If the FBI and the US attorney can prove Kalanick paid Levandowski $680 million for the stolen files both men might end up in prison.

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