Tesla and Uber have more in common than you might think

WASHINGTON, USA - MARCH 16: Heavy traffic along Interstate 395 during the morning commute in Washington, USA on March 16, 2016. On Tuesday afternoon WMATA announced that it would suspend all of it's Metro Rail service for 29 hours starting at midnight in order to conduct emergency repairs to the system after multiple fires caused by faulty connections. On average 700,000 people use the Metro on any given work day to get to and from work and they had to scramble to find alternate ways to work. (Photo by Samuel Corum/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images) Elon Musk’s new master plan catapults Tesla into a new market; car-sharing. While the idea of Tesla car-sharing seems new, it is not the first time the company’s cars, coupled with autonomous technology, have come up in discussions about the sharing economy. Back in 2015, Steve Jurvetson, a partner at Uber investor DFJ, told an audience that Uber’s Travis Kalanick had… Read More

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