The world is changing fast.
And companies like Uber are taking advantage of that fast change.
The ridesharing app, which started in San Francisco in 2013 and now operates in more than 140 cities, is changing the way people interact with businesses, from ordering food to shopping online, by providing services to the people in those places.
Its competitors, like Lyft, are building similar apps.
Uber and its competitor, Lyft Connect, are creating a new class of drivers that use self-driving cars to deliver people to their destinations.
The companies have also found ways to attract new drivers to their services.
The ride-hailing industry has been on a tear since its start.
Uber has been valued at more than $100 billion, while Lyft has grown to more than 2 million employees.
As the technology changes, so too will the types of jobs people are able to do.
That’s what the Next Big news from Next Big Finance brings to the forefront.
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