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Chariot expands to Columbus, Ohio with JPMorgan Chase commuter shuttle

[ad_1] Ford’s Chariot shared commuter shuttle service is expanding to its latest new market: Columbus, Ohio. The Columbus launch is in partnership with JPMorgan Chase, and initial service in the area will be specifically a shuttle for the company’s 400 Corporate Center employees located within...

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2018 could bring the IPOs that tech has been promised for years

[ad_1] Alex Wilhelm is the editor-in-chief of Crunchbase News and co-host of Equity, TechCrunch's venture capital-focused podcast. More posts by this contributor: After years of drought and parched conditions, the U.S. tech IPO market could see a number of well-known players push forward with their debuts in...

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Lyft opens up Concierge, its ride-booking service for businesses, to all

[ad_1] Lyft today announced it’s expanding its Concierge program – the service that allows organizations to schedule rides for other people – to more business customers. First announced in 2016, the service was originally designed to help patients get to medical appointments, particularly in areas...

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Ford will begin testing self-driving cars in a new city in 2018

[ad_1] Ford is ramping its autonomous vehicle program in 2018, with plans to expand testing its cars in a new city this year. This will serve a number of purposes, including helping partner autonomous platform partner Argo AI build out its self-driving tech, as well...

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Passport, the technology business for city transit systems, raises $43 million

[ad_1] Passport, company that’s managing much of the technical aspects of how people pay to use public transportation resources in cities like London, Miami, and Los Angeles has just raised $43 million. The money, from Bain Capital Ventures, will go to help the company expand its...

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