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Self-Driving Car Fleets: Transportation As A Service

The automotive industry is an anomaly. The industry has annual worldwide sales of over $1.5 trillion. It’s dominated by a dozen powerful conglomerates each with distinct consumer brands. And, so far, it’s almost completely avoided the digital age and the effects this new age has on business models. All three of these unique traits will change over the next decade.




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Ryan Dingler

Ryan Dingler

PM @ Google; Former PM @ Visa. MBA @ UC Berkeley. I write about technology, business, and incentives. My views are my own.

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