What Peak Car Will Mean for the Auto Industry Around the World

For many people, new forms of mobility are making privately owned vehicles obsolete

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Illustration: Caroline David for Bloomberg Businessweek

By Keith Naughton and David Welch

After one too many snowstorms, Boston tech executive Larry Kim had had it with shoveling out his car and struggling to find parking. So in 2014 he ditched his…

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